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SAN ANTONIO — A tornado watch is in effect until 4 a.m. for Bexar County and much of the surrounding region.
What is expected to be a busy evening of severe storms across South Texas began with hail raining down in parts of Del Rio around 8 p.m., some of it the size of baseballs.
KENS 5 viewers sent in the following photos.
Courtesy: Gabriel Flores
The storm front isn’t expected to reach San Antonio until well after midnight, but it will bring with it the possibility of more hail, damaging winds gusts and tornadoes.