Depending upon where you live in the Brazos Valley, you went to bed Monday night with lightning in the distance or heavy rains overhead.
In the San Antonio area, A line of thunderstorm dumped golf-sized hail in parts of the city, leaving behind cooler weather but not before making a mess on roadways.
The overnight storm knocked down trees and cut power out for many east-side residents.
The storms even knocked out power to some 4500 customers.
The cold front pushing from the south brought lightning also left a mess on the roads.
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