Scattered showers and storms could become strong to severe this afternoon into the evening. Primary threats are large hail and heavy rainfall causing flooding in poor drainage areas. Damaging winds are included as well and an isolated tornado possibility is very low but not eliminated.
LUELLA, TX - The National Weather Service has determined that straight line winds, not a tornado, damaged some Luella homes early Sunday morning.
The National Weather Service says winds up to 95 miles per hour hit Luella, creating a six-mile path of damage and destruction.
Sarah Somers with Grayson County Emergency Management says two homes were destroyed by the storm. Another three homes were damaged.