Thunderstorms hit Denton County Causing Millions in Storm Damage
Several severe thunderstorms with very large hail moved across Denton County during the afternoon and evening of Thursday, April 3. Numerous reports of large hail up to the size of baseballs and softballs accompanied the storms as they moved across Denton County and the city of Denton.
A tornado warning was issued for Denton county based on Doppler Radar evidence of strong circulation. Several funnel clouds were Reported…but storm spotters did not report any tornadoes across Denton county. Significant damage occurred from the large hail in Denton county. However, the storm survey team has made the preliminary assessment that no tornadoes occurred across Denton county on April 3.
Several rounds of severe weather, including reported tornadoes and monster hail, left storm damage across in Denton and areas of north Texas on Thursday. Policyholders filing insurance claims are strongly encouraged to take photos of damage on the roof, air conditioning units, window, fences, cars and other properties around you.
- Immediately mitigate damage.
- Photograph damage before doing repairs.
- ICRS will review commercial property owner’s insurance policies at NO CHARGE.
- Contact your insurance company in writing to open a claim.
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