HOUSTON (AP) — Storms in South Texas have left thousands of people without power and windows broken after hail the size of golf balls damaged some buildings.

The Kinney County Sheriff's Office says nobody was hurt in Monday night's bad weather.

Dispatcher Ana Amescua (AH'-nuh uh-MES'-kwah) says hail the size of golf balls and larger broke windows throughout Brackettville — including at the town's schools. Administrators canceled classes Tuesday in Brackettville, 30 miles east of Del Rio.

AEP Texas reported about 10,000 customers in Del Rio without electricity after a substation was damaged. Classes were canceled Tuesday at the San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District due to no power.

A Houston ISD bus flipped Tuesday while driving on a rain-slick road, leaving the driver slightly hurt. No children were aboard.