AUSTIN (Talk1370.com) -- Insurance adjusters were keeping busy Monday across parts of Williamson and Travis counties, after a severe thunderstorm dropped hail up to the size of baseballs across a large swath of the Interstate 35 corridor.
Round Rock appeared to take the brunt of the storm, though damage reports stretched as far north as Georgetown, south to the Mueller neighborhood in Austin.
Auto dealerships in Round Rock took the brunt of the damage, with vehicle after vehicle showing smashed out windshields and dents all over.
City of Round Rock officials said their vehicle fleet took "significant" damage, with several city departments forced to utilize reserve vehicles while repairs are being made.
The Texas Department of Insurance has a number of tips for property owners who have experienced damage. You can find a list of those tips online.