Storms with lightning, hail and rain rolled through North Texas Friday night, while one person sustained a minor injury as hail the size of baseballs hit parts of Oklahoma.
In Texas, lightning forced Forth Worth's Mayfest 2012 to shut down Friday night and Texas Christian University also called off its baseball game early, NBC DFW reported.
In 1995, a huge hailstorm hit Fort Worth. The storm did $1 billion in damage and injured more than 100 people, including a number of people at Mayfest.
Barring any more bad weather, the event should be back in business Friday morning, NBC DFW said.
The storm triggered a tornado warning in Hood County, but there were no immediate reports of damage there, according to the sheriff.
A home in Celina sustained serious damage when strong winds caused a roof to collapse in the Carter Ranch addition, the Collin County sheriff said.
Minor damage was reported in Granbury, and some downed trees were reported in Crowley.
Meanwhile in Oklahoma, a couple and their grandchild were fleeing the storm in a vehicle when hail smashed a window, injuring one person inside, Tillman County Emergency Management Director Jeffrey Rector told The Associated Press Friday.
In neighboring Cotton County, a sheriff's dispatcher said a number of cars were damaged as the storm passed through, but there were no reports of injuries.
NBC News contributed to this report.
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