Tornado caused damage near Liberty Hill, NWS confirms

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LIBERTY HILL, Texas — **The video above is from damage during the same storm event in Lockhart, Texas.**

The National Weather Service for Austin/San Antonio confirmed on Monday that a tornado touched down near Liberty Hill Sunday night.

Storms moved through the area Sunday evening and at 6:34 p.m., it has been confirmed that a tornado touched down near Liberty Hill.

The NWS confirmed the tornado based on eyewitness reports and tree damage pictures sent to the NWS office.


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The tornado was reported to be an EF-0 with winds ranging from 65 to 85 mph and only touched down just west-southwest of town, near the Burnet, Williamson and Travis County line.

No injuries have been reported involving this tornado.

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