It’s Not Over: North Texas Remains Under Tornado Watch

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NORTH TEXAS -- To say it’s been wet and wild weekend across North Texas, is an understatement.

Just as folks try to clean up from last night’s damaging storms, mother nature is back, ready for round two. A large part of the area has remained under a tornado watch as severe storms continue to tear through Texas.

A huge mess was already left in the storm’s wake. Out in Lewisville, folks not only had to contend with the rain, but also with downed trees and power lines.

In Frisco, fire crews believe a lighting strike caused a house to go up in flames.

Over in Hood County, a colossal sinkhole was created in a rain-soaked parking lot in Granbury.

"Basically, the water somehow got up under the lift station, and up underneath and actually washed everything out,” Granbury Director of Public Works, Aalva Cox explained.

Saturday afternoon, a deadly tornado was caught on camera in Cisco – that’s a little over 100-miles west of Fort Worth.

Cops there say one person died in that storm; another was seriously hurt and three homes were destroyed.

Here’s hoping over the next few hours, mother nature just showers North Texas with mercy.