Some residents of the central Texas city of Salado began cleaning up from a possible tornado that blew through about six o'clock Wednesday morning.
Damage was reported to roofs of homes and the high school lost some of its exterior siding. A hotel that was being built was also damaged by the storm.
Power was also lost to some residents and businesses. No injuries are reported.
The National Weather Service is trying to determine if the damage was caused by a tornado or straight-line winds from a thunderstorm.
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