Frisco area residents got their first dose of spring storm season Sunday night that included a heavy dose of hail.

The National Weather Service tracked the worst part of the storm through eastern Denton County and into southern Collin County just after 8 p.m.

The city of Frisco sounded its outdoor weather sirens around 8:30 p.m. because of large hail. The city uses the sirens to warn people outside of homes to seek shelter in cases of severe weather, which can include hail, high winds or tornadoes.

People across Frisco reported up golfball size hail.

The Fort Worth area National Weather Service is warning residents to stay vigilant as more severe weather is forecast to hit the Dallas-Fort Worth area this week. Hail, high winds and tornadoes are a possibility Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon, according to the NWS.