HONEY GROVE, Texas (KTEN) — Straight-line winds produced widespread damage in Fannin County on Sunday night.

The most significant damage occurred in Honey Grove,  where 95 mph winds were measured between 9:50 and 10 p.m. Sunday. These peak winds caused damage to a small wood frame church in Honey Grove. This church was pushed roughly two feet off its foundation and had substantial roof damage.

A nearby metal-poled traffic sign was found bent horizontally to the ground.  Numerous trees and power lines were reported down across the county.