The NWS has a tornado warning for Central Texas

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Severe weather is heading to the Central Texas region Thursday evening, according to the National Weather Service.
The storm activity will range from the Hill Country into the Interstate 35 corridor and coastal plains, the agency said.
More:Baseball-size hail hits Central Texas during severe storms.
Here’s what it looks like Travis, Williamson and parts of Hays counties have a 5 to 9% chance of seeing tornado activity, though very large hail and damaging winds are the primary threats.
The storm is predicted to roll into the area at about 7 p.m. and exit Central Texas by 10 p.m. Thursday, before continuing southeast, according to meteorologist Jason Runyen.
He said up to half an inch of rain could be possible in some areas.
Tips on how to prevent the next hail storm from damaging your car Tornado watch and tornado warnings issued for parts of Central Texas The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for San Marcos, Kyle, and Redwood, Texas, until 8:45 p.m. CT.
The National Weather Service also issued tornado watches in multiple North and West Texas counties.

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The National Weather Service reports that severe weather is expected to arrive in the Central Texas region on Thursday evening. According to the agency, the storm activity will extend from the Hill Country into the coastal plains and the Interstate 35 corridor.

More: During strong storms, baseball-sized hail is reported in Central Texas. This is the way it appears.

The likelihood of tornado activity is 5 to 9 percent in Travis, Williamson, and portions of Hays counties; however, the main threats are very large hail and damaging winds. About seven o’clock is when the storm is expected to approach the region. m. and leave by 10 p.m. Central Texas. M. Thursday, before moving further to the southeast, as stated by meteorologist Jason Runyen. In certain places, he said, it might rain up to a half an inch.

More: Hail no! How to save your car from being damaged in the next hailstorm.

Parts of Central Texas have been under watch and warning for tornadoes.

A tornado warning was in effect until 8:45 p.m. for San Marcos, Kyle, and Redwood, Texas, according to the National Weather Service. me. CT.

In several counties in North and West Texas, the National Weather Service also issued tornado watches. The watch ends at nine o’clock at night. me. the following counties on Thursday:.

Bosques.

Coleman.

Coryell.

Elizabeth.

slope.

Kimble.

Mcculloch.

Mills.

Runnels.

Swift.

Go Brown.

Comanche.

Fort Worth.

Erast.

hood.

Lampasas.

McFarland.

Pale Pinto.

Holy Saba.

Stephen.

Callehan.

Concho.

Eastlandic.

Hamilton.

Johnson.

Mason.

Menard.

Parker.

Shackelford, I.

Tarrant.

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