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Damages, outages linger after North Texas storms

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    Monday, June 9 2014 7:07 AM EDT2014-06-09 11:07:49 GMT
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    Storms blow through this AM, with more possible later today. Ones later won't be as numerous, but could be severe (wind, hail) as we expect some heating later on.
    Storms blow through this AM, with more possible later today. Ones later won't be as numerous, but could be severe (wind, hail) as we expect some heating later on.
The skies are starting to clear up after thunderstorms blew through parts of North Texas Monday. But, some people are still dealing with outages and damages.

Electric provider Oncor reported nearly 24,000 customers mainly in the Dallas-Fort Worth area lost power at the peak of the storm. Only about 8,000 customers were still without power around noon.

The aviation tracking website FlightAware.com reported some weather-related delays Monday morning at Dallas Love Field and Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

In Fate, east of Dallas in Rockwall County, the storms ripped apart a barn, leaving nothing untouched. Not far away, a 2x4 went through a window and landed in the family room of a home. The storm's force also peeled back the doors of a storage unit.

The National Weather Service says the chances for rain should ease by Monday night across North Texas. Highs are expected to reach the 80s.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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