Power outages, some storm damage reported

No injuries have been reported
Front edge of storms approaching Cross Lake at 2 p.m. May 5, 2022.
Front edge of storms approaching Cross Lake at 2 p.m. May 5, 2022.(Source: KSLA News 12 viewer Shannon Gerrald)
Published: May. 5, 2022 at 3:15 PM CDT|Updated: May. 5, 2022 at 3:45 PM CDT

(KSLA) — Some damage reports are starting to come in as severe thunderstorms that have produced one confirmed tornado move across parts of the ArkLaTex.

No injuries have been reported.

12:57 p.m.: Exxon in Avinger, Texas, has roof damage, part missing. Quarter size hail at the same time

1:43 p.m.: Creek out of its banks onto U.S. Highway 371 two miles south of Prescott, Ark. in Nevada County

1:47 p.m.: Multiple trees down near Conley Lane east of Vivian and three miles southwest of Hosston.

1:52 p.m.: 1 inch hail reported just outside of Valliant, Okla., Hwy 98 and 70

2:30 p.m.: Water over Highway 19 a mile north of Prescott, Ark.

2:35 p.m.: Report of a roof off a home on Arkansas 29 just north of Highway 82 in Lewisville, Ark.

RELATED: Rusk County OEM reports downed trees, falling debris in wake of storm

SWEPCO is reporting service disruptions for 8,506 of its customers in Texas, Louisiana and Texas. Following are outage numbers for ArkLaTex counties and parishes. Not all of the outages are associated with today’s storms:

ARKANSAS: 271

  • Hempstead: fewer than 5
  • Howard: 60
  • Little River: 637
  • Miller: 40
  • Sevier: 70

LOUISIANA: 3,703

  • Bossier: 2,283
  • Caddo: 1,354
  • Natchitoches: 63
  • Sabine: fewer than 5

TEXAS: 4,532

  • Bowie: 56
  • Camp: fewer than 5
  • Cass: 17
  • Gregg: 2,165
  • Harrison: 92
  • Marion: 48
  • Morris: 13
  • Panola: 646
  • Shelby: fewer than 5
  • Smith: 5
  • Upshur: 259
  • Wood: fewer than 5
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