Hardest hit was the south side of Hockley County, where as much as five inches of rain fell.
Sundown City Administrator Curtis Schrader said Sundown got 3-3 Ω inches of rain Saturday evening.
ìMost of it was blowing sideways,î Schrader said.
Hailstones as large as quarters pelted the city for about 20 minutes, but there was no major property damage.
Water got in some residentsí garages and city hall developed a few leak, he added.
Saturdayís downpour forced the Texas Department of Transportation to close several farm-to-market roads because of standing water and mud.
The intersection at FM 301 and Black Gold Road west of Sundown was reopened Monday, said Gary McLendon, county supervisor with TxDOT.
Water still covered part of the roadway Monday afternoon, but its level dropped enough to allow cars to pass through.