The storm lasted only about 30 minutes, but Monday night's storm left visible damage behind.
"I was driving and the trees were blowing every which way," said Dorothy Lambur.
Lambur was one of the many who was stuck in the storm. Winds in area were reported to be 62 miles per hour.
A large tree outside Lambur's neighbor's home was blown over on her roof.
And downed trees were not the only problem.
Thousands were without power overnight.
AEP was working through the night to get electricity back on for thousands in Taylor, Jones and Callahan counties.
This damaging storm rolled in just after 7 p.m. Monday.
Hundreds of fans had to wait an extra two hours before the long-awaited Prairie Dogs first home game at McMurry's Walt Driggers Field.
But as the storm cleared, many began to pick up the debris and on this Memorial Day neighbors turned to each other to get the get the job done a little quicker.
"I saw they needed help and I stopped to see if I could help," said Justin Cota.