(FWIW, the civil defense sirens by me went off, but per usual I cannot hear them without silencing the TV and listening carefully. I'm between 2, about 1.5-2 miles apart. I don't know why they're not more audible to me. It may be the lay of the land; it's a bit hilly around here.)
I didn't see any damage, but I did hear that there are some fences and branches down. A lot of people elsewhere in the Metroplex lost power as lines were down, but probably no actual tornado, thankfully. No hail either. But winds were over 70 mph.
One of the meteorologists posted a radar movie of the entire storm formation as it developed in West Texas and moved through here. A full 24 hours (sped way up), from 8 AM Tuesday to 8 AM Wednesday. It's interesting to see how it just spontaneously arises, but then coalesces into a defined bow or shield formation. That is a typical pattern for springtime severe weather.
Next chance of storms, Saturday!