Più di 28,000 customers were still without power Thursday morning, according to power outage tracker PowerOutage.US.
The system also brought hail as large as 3 pollici to San Antonio and Fort Worth.
Nearby communities were beginning to pick up the pieces, but Wednesday night’s storms dropped hail the size of baseballs on the city of Norman, Okla.
Car dealerships were shown with extensive damage, and car windshields were shattered and exteriors dented.
Video showed a local Walmart had been “hammered” with hail and water leaked from the roof.
The large glass windows of a Taco Bell on 24th Street had been completely blown out.
In an evening tweet, the National Weather Service reported winds of up to 75 mph.
“A dangerous storm, with history of producing baseball sized hail and 75mph winds continues to move east through central Oklahoma,” the agency warned. “If you’re in Pink, Bethel Acres, and Shawnee, be careful with this dangerous storm and take cover!”
Powerful wind gusts hurled the chunks of ice at an angle, which one Twitter user captured on their Nest Cam.
Local outlet KOCO reported that Norman police had yet to receive reports of any storm-related injuries.
Storm intensity was forecast to decrease in Texas and Oklahoma on Thursday, con temperatures warming.