Forecasters say at least two tornadoes hit parts of north and east Texas in a storm system that damaged dozens of homes and left one person hurt.

The National Weather Service has confirmed twisters struck Wednesday in the Heritage Trace subdivision of Fort Worth and also in Canton, 55 miles (88 kilometers) east of Dallas. Meteorologist Patricia Sanchez in Fort Worth said Thursday that crews were assessing damage.

The emergency management coordinator for Kaufman County said Thursday that at least 25 homes were damaged or destroyed in Mabank (MAY’-bank), in the Cedar Creek Country Club subdivision. Steve Howie (HOO’-ee) says one person was treated for minor cuts.

In this Wednesday, May 29, 2019 photo, residents stand among downed trees along Pendleton Drive in the Heritage neighborhood of Fort Worth, Texas, following a severe storm with strong winds. (Amanda McCoy/Star-Telegram via AP)
In this Wednesday, May 29, 2019 photo, residents stand among downed trees along Pendleton Drive in the Heritage neighborhood of Fort Worth, Texas, following a severe storm with strong winds. (Amanda McCoy/Star-Telegram via AP)

The severe weather gave way Thursday to sunny skies and mild conditions in the area, with forecasters predicting a chance of showers Friday.

Storm clouds threaten Fort Worth, Texas and the surrounding area on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. (Amanda McCoy/Fort Worth Star-Telegram via AP)
Storm clouds threaten Fort Worth, Texas and the surrounding area on Wednesday, May 29, 2019. (Amanda McCoy/Fort Worth Star-Telegram via AP)