Collision repair shops and roofing companies hit with another big wave of business after Thursday's hail storm

Collision repair shops and roofing companies hit with another big wave of business after Thursday's hail storm

Golf ball-sized hail left vehicles and roofs badly damaged. Some homeowners and car owners in parts of Williamson and Travis counties are dealing with damage after Thursday’s hail storm.  “It was little ticks at first and then all of a sudden it was like boom, boom, boom, boom,” said Aaron Spivey-Sorrells. Outside of Spivey-Sorrells’ door was golf ball-sized hail pouring down onto his yard.  “Usually it’s something a baseball bat would do, but it’s hail,”…

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Severe weather threat comes to an end Thursday, some scattered showers remain

Severe weather threat comes to an end Thursday, some scattered showers remain

Thursday storms brought large hail. AUSTIN, Texas — Another busy weather day across Central Texas Thursday with severe storms sweeping through our northern counties. There were many reports of hail as large as baseballs in parts of Mason and Burnet counties. Golf ball size hail was reported in Williamson County. We aren’t completely done with the severe weather threat this week. Friday brings a 70% chance of scattered showers and storms with a “Marginal Risk”…

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Forecast: More severe weather ahead for Friday, upper 70s expected

Forecast: More severe weather ahead for Friday, upper 70s expected

The latest forecast from the KVUE Storm Team. Author: Jason Mikell, Shane Hinton (KVUE), Mariel Ruiz, Hunter Williams, Erika Lopez Published: 11:46 AM CST March 6, 2019 Updated: 6:05 AM CDT April 16, 2021 AUSTIN, Texas — Spring is here, and despite the beautiful blooms and green, storms are continuing to rear their ugly heads in the area. We aren’t completely done with the severe weather threat this week.  Friday brings a 70% chance of…

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Forecast: More severe weather ahead for Friday, upper 70s

Forecast: More severe weather ahead for Friday, upper 70s

AUSTIN, Texas — Spring is here, and despite the beautiful blooms and green, storms are continuing to rear their ugly heads in the area. We aren’t completely done with the severe weather threat this week. Friday brings a 70% chance of scattered showers and storms with a “Marginal Risk” for severe weather which is a level 1 out of 5 threat.  We are tracking a cold front poised to cross Central and South-Central Texas between…

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Severe weather threat comes to an end, some scattered showers remain

Severe weather threat comes to an end, some scattered showers remain

Thursday storms brought large hail. AUSTIN, Texas — Another busy weather day across Central Texas with severe storms sweeping through our northern counties. There were many reports of hail as large as baseballs in parts of Mason and Burnet counties. Golf ball size hail was reported in Williamson County. We aren’t completely done with the severe weather threat this week. Friday brings a 50% chance of scattered showers and storms with a “Marginal Risk” for…

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Forecast: Light rain linger tonight; more severe weather possible Friday

Forecast: Light rain linger tonight; more severe weather possible Friday

AUSTIN, Texas — Another busy weather day across Central Texas with severe storms sweeping through our northern counties. There were many reports of hail as large as baseballs in parts of Mason and Burnet counties. Golf ball size hail was reported in Williamson County. We aren’t completely done with the severe weather threat this week. Friday brings a 50% chance of scattered showers and storms with a “Marginal Risk” for severe weather which is a…

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Severe weather this summer could cause another Texas power crisis

Severe weather this summer could cause another Texas power crisis

Electricity outages in Texas could occur again this summer — just a few months after the devastating winter storm that left millions of Texans without power for days — if the state experiences a severe heat wave or drought combined with high demand for power, according to recent assessments by the state’s grid operator. Experts and company executives are warning that the power grid that covers most of the state is at risk of another…

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When it floods in Houston, coral reefs pay

When it floods in Houston, coral reefs pay

While the floods of the last decade might be in the back of Houstonians’ collective brain, pollution left behind is one thing to remember. Researchers found pollution from Houston’s major floods in 2016 and 2017 in marine life made it nearly 100 miles off the coast in the Gulf of Mexico, according to Houston Public Media’s Katie Watkins. BEARER OF BAD NEWS: It’s time to renew your expired car registration Waters surrounding the Flower Garden…

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Wildfire at Big Bend National Park is nearly 1,000 acres

Wildfire at Big Bend National Park is nearly 1,000 acres

A wildfire burning in Big Bend National Park is getting bigger and bigger. The fire grew from an initial 15 acres to nearly 900 acres by Tuesday. It appears to have started at a campsite near the Laguna Meadow Trail on April 8, but the official cause is still under investigation. NEW TRUCK JUST DROPPED: Is Jeep’s weird ‘Texas’ truck just what we need? It all unfolded on Twitter. The first report of smoke was…

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Hurricane Forecasters Predict Another Busy Season – 4 Thoughts

Hurricane Forecasters Predict Another Busy Season – 4 Thoughts

^ Keep Houston Press Free I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. As Houston winter weather (i.e. cool-ish temperatures) gives way to spring, the flowers start blooming, everything looks green again and the first forecasts of the Atlantic hurricane season begin hitting the web. For sports fans, think of these as early mock drafts, but with significantly more science. The first of…

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Flooding From Hurricane Harvey Polluted Coral Reefs More Than 100 Miles Offshore

Flooding From Hurricane Harvey Polluted Coral Reefs More Than 100 Miles Offshore

An abundance of sea life inhabits the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary. Researchers found pollution from flood runoff reached the marine sanctuary. Flooding from major storms like Hurricane Harvey polluted coral reefs more than 100 miles offshore, according to a new study by researchers at local universities, including Rice and Texas A&M. “Those are not the reefs that we typically would think are in danger of being affected by floodwaters from the land,” said…

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San Antonio area could see severe weather including hail and damaging winds

San Antonio area could see severe weather including hail and damaging winds

Candice Avila-Garcia, mySA.com / San Antonio Express-News April 12, 2021Updated: April 12, 2021 8:51 a.m. 1of5 There is a marginal risk for severe weather in the San Antonio area Monday evening. National Weather ServiceShow MoreShow Less 2of5 Rain chances will continue for the rest of the week as a cold front arrives in the area. National Weather ServiceShow MoreShow Less 3of5 4of5 San Antonio will see a high close to 90 degrees, forecasters say. National Weather ServiceShow…

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50-acre Bastrop County wildfire 50% contained

50-acre Bastrop County wildfire 50% contained

According to the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management, the fire is burning in the vicinity of Cassel Way, Kelly Road and 1441. BASTROP COUNTY, Texas — Evacuations have been lifted as a 50-acre wildfire continues to burn in Bastrop County on Saturday night. The fire was originally reported as 100 acres but crews have since updated that measurement. According to the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management, the fire is burning in the vicinity…

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Evacuations lifted as firefighters battle Bastrop County wildfire

Evacuations lifted as firefighters battle Bastrop County wildfire

According to the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management, the fire is burning in the vicinity of Cassel Way, Kelly Road and 1441. BASTROP COUNTY, Texas — Evacuations have been lifted as a 100-acre wildfire continues to burn in Bastrop County on Saturday night. According to the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management, the fire is burning in the vicinity of Cassel Way, Kelley Road and 1441. All of Cassel Way and west of Kelley…

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Evacuations underway as Bastrop County wildfire threatens homes

Evacuations underway as Bastrop County wildfire threatens homes

According to the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management, the fire is burning in the vicinity of Cassel Way, Kelly Road and 1441. BASTROP COUNTY, Texas — Evacuations are underway as a 75-acre wildfire threatens homes in Bastrop County on Saturday evening. According to the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management, the fire is burning in the vicinity of Cassel Way, Kelley Road and 1441. All of Cassel Way and west of Kelley Way to…

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Wildfire closes portion of Big Bend National Park in West Texas

Wildfire closes portion of Big Bend National Park in West Texas

A large wildfire has closed portions of Big Bend National Park. Officials first received reports of a column of smoke on the southern edge of the South Rim of the Chisos Mountains around 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, according to a news release from National Park Service. By Friday morning, authorities said the fire had spread across 15-20 acres of the West Texas national park. The forecast shows the winds will blow westward on Friday,…

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West Texas wildfire now blazing over 250 acres of Big Bend National Park

West Texas wildfire now blazing over 250 acres of Big Bend National Park

A large wildfire has closed portions of Big Bend National Park. Officials first received reports of a column of smoke on the southern edge of the South Rim of the Chisos Mountains around 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, according to a news release from National Park Service. By Friday morning, authorities said the fire had spread across 250 acres of the West Texas national park. The forecast shows the winds will blow westward on Friday,…

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Strong storms, some tornadoes expected across parts of South

Strong storms, some tornadoes expected across parts of South

April 9, 2021Updated: April 9, 2021 8:14 a.m. JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A storm system taking aim at the South could bring the threat of damaging winds and tornadoes to the region, forecasters said. At least a few tornadoes are expected Friday in parts of northeast Louisiana and Mississippi, according to the national Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma. The threat will continue into the overnight hours, forecasters said. Large hail will also be possible in…

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44 Round Rock families impacted by townhome evictions caused by winter storm damage

44 Round Rock families impacted by townhome evictions caused by winter storm damage

A Williamson County judge granted a temporary restraining order requiring the property management to continue paying for hotels for a few tenants until April 14. ROUND ROCK, Texas — When the February winter storms hit Texas, many Central Texas homes and apartments were damaged due to things like water pipes bursting.  That was true for the Townhomes at Double Creek, a low-income housing complex where storm damage repairs forced residents to stay at hotels as…

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Scientists predict 'above average' hurricane season in 2021

Scientists predict 'above average' hurricane season in 2021

Hurricane experts shared their predictions on April 8 for what is expected to be a “well above average” hurricane season this year. Dr. Phil Klotzbach presented his team’s research this morning at the National Tropical Weather Conference, where he announced a prediction of 17 named storms during the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. Klotzbach broke down the 17 named storms, which he considers a “well above average” hurricane season, predicting eight will become hurricanes and four…

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2021 Atlantic hurricane season expected to be more active than normal

2021 Atlantic hurricane season expected to be more active than normal

Meteorologists at Colorado State University are predicting another above average Atlantic hurricane season with 17 named storms. AUSTIN, Texas — Dr. Philip Klotzbach and the team of meteorologists at Colorado State University have issued their forecast for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season, and they are calling for another busy season.  The seasonal outlook forecasts above-average tropical storm and hurricane activity, and a higher than normal likelihood of a major hurricane striking the U.S. coastline, including…

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Corpus Christi Ship Channel South Jetty to close for hurricane repairs

Corpus Christi Ship Channel South Jetty to close for hurricane repairs

The Corpus Christi Ship Channel South Jetty in Aransas Pass is expected to close April 12 for Hurricane Harvey repairs.  The jetty is anticipated to reopen on May 31, Memorial Day weekend. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District will replace sections of the jetty’s concrete cap, according to a district news release.  The South Jetty will be closed from the end of the beach to the public access area. The goal is to complete work before Memorial…

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As Winter Storm Death Toll Exceeds Hurricane Harvey, Scope Of Loss Becomes Clearer

As Winter Storm Death Toll Exceeds Hurricane Harvey, Scope Of Loss Becomes Clearer

When severe winter weather caused the state’s power grid to partially collapse, millions of Texans lost power for days. Those who suffered the most were among the most vulnerable populations, according to an analysis of the latest data from the Harris County medical examiners’ office. By Katie WatkinsMarch 31, 2021 12:21 pmEnergy & Environment, Houston Public Media, Partner Organizations, Texas Newsroom

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As Winter Storm Death Toll Exceeds Hurricane Harvey, Scope Of Loss Becomes More Clear

As Winter Storm Death Toll Exceeds Hurricane Harvey, Scope Of Loss Becomes More Clear

Gloria and Carrol, “Andy,” Anderson with their grandson. Andy was a 75-year-old Vietnam Veteran who died of hypothermia during Texas’ winter freeze. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: <iframe src=”https://embed.hpm.io/394544/394592″ style=”height: 115px; width: 100%;”></iframe> When the winter freeze hit last month, Brandi Campanile was regularly checking in with her mom, Gloria Anderson, and her stepdad, Carrol Anderson, who goes by Andy. She said she spoke to her mom…

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1 killed, several hurt after tornado hits East Texas

1 killed, several hurt after tornado hits East Texas

March 28, 2021Updated: March 28, 2021 12:49 p.m. CARTHAGE, Texas (AP) — One person was killed after severe weather, including a tornado, caused damage in several communities in East Texas, authorities said Sunday. Widespread destruction across Panola County was reported, including damaged homes and downed trees, from Saturday evening’s severe weather, Sheriff Kevin Lake said in a Facebook post. The Longview News-Journal reported that a woman in the city of Deadwood was killed when a tree…

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Storm Damage? Why Some North Texas Homeowners Are Holding Off On Filing Insurance Claims

Storm Damage? Why Some North Texas Homeowners Are Holding Off On Filing Insurance Claims

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – After a stormy spring night, Armand Ceniza knew the sun would rise and he was nearly as certain that there would be damage at his North Fort Worth home. “We started hearing it, just a constant, constant barrage against the windows and the walls and the door,” shares Ceniza. “So, we knew that the wind was picking up and it was coming sideways.” READ MORE: Homeowners Urge Dallas Leaders To Push…

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Hey, Austin: Beware The 25th Of March, A Surprisingly Reliable Day For Hail Storms

Hey, Austin: Beware The 25th Of March, A Surprisingly Reliable Day For Hail Storms

It’s happened again. Hail stones pummeled Austin early this morning, marking a date with a dark history in the Texas capital city. It’s the fourth time since 1993 that Austin has been hammered with hail on March 25. In addition to 1993, there were hail storms here in 2005, 2009 and now 2021. “Quite interesting that now we’ve had four separate hail storms on March 25 in Austin,” said Keith White, a meteorologist with the…

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Southern states brace for large tornadoes, flooding

Southern states brace for large tornadoes, flooding

ATLANTA (AP) — Forecasters say they expect severe flooding and a tornado outbreak across the South. Parts of Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee on Thursday will be at high risk of strong tornadoes that can stay on the ground for miles, The national Storm Prediction Center warned Thursday. Some of the metropolitan areas in the path of Thursday’s storms include Memphis and Nashville in Tennessee; and Birmingham and Huntsville in Alabama. The environment as the storms…

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Lingering dissipating in Bexar County; Tornado Watch expires

Lingering dissipating in Bexar County; Tornado Watch expires

Follow KENS 5 on air and online for breaking severe weather coverage. Get the KENS 5 app for alerts when severe weather threatens South Texas. SAN ANTONIO — A strong line of severe thunderstorms that threatened counties north and west of San Antonio late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning dissipated before reaching Bexar County, bringing only some scattered showers starting around 3:30 a.m. By 6:10 a.m. Thursday, lingering shower activity across the area started…

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Live radar: Tornado Watch expired for much of Central Texas Thursday

Live radar: Tornado Watch expired for much of Central Texas Thursday

Severe storms capable of large hail, damaging wind gusts and a couple tornadoes will be possible. AUSTIN, Texas — A Tornado Watch has been issued for the Hill Country and Interstate 35 corridor until 4 a.m. Thursday morning. This means conditions tonight will be conducive for severe storms capable of hail up to tennis-ball size, damaging wind gusts and a couple tornadoes. Please make sure you have multiple ways to receive warnings overnight, including the…

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Minimal rain falls in Bexar County as severe storms trail off to northeast; Tornado Watch expires

Minimal rain falls in Bexar County as severe storms trail off to northeast; Tornado Watch expires

Follow KENS 5 on air and online for breaking severe weather coverage. Get the KENS 5 app for alerts when severe weather threatens South Texas. SAN ANTONIO — A strong line of severe thunderstorms that threatened counties north and west of San Antonio late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning dissipated before reaching Bexar County, bringing only some scattered showers starting around 3:30 a.m. 4:00 AM – Thunderstorms have weaken and the threat for severe…

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Tornado Watch issued for Bexar Co. until 4 a.m. as storm moves through San Antonio

Tornado Watch issued for Bexar Co. until 4 a.m. as storm moves through San Antonio

Follow KENS 5 on air and online for breaking severe weather coverage. Get the KENS 5 app for alerts when severe weather threatens South Texas. SAN ANTONIO — A Tornado Watch has been issued for parts of south Texas until 4 a.m., including Bexar, Bandera, Comal, Kendall, Kerr, Kinney, Medina, Real, Uvalde and Val Verde counties until 4 a.m.  A tornado watch has been issued for parts of Texas until 4 AM CDT pic.twitter.com/5mthrv7Rog — NWS…

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Tornado Watch issued for Bexar Co. until 4 a.m. as storm slowly moves through south Texas

Tornado Watch issued for Bexar Co. until 4 a.m. as storm slowly moves through south Texas

Follow KENS 5 on air and online for breaking severe weather coverage. Get the KENS 5 app for alerts when severe weather threatens South Texas. SAN ANTONIO — A Tornado Watch has been issued for parts of south Texas until 4 a.m., including Bexar, Bandera, Comal, Kendall, Kerr, Kinney, Medina, Real, Uvalde and Val Verde counties until 4 a.m.  A tornado watch has been issued for parts of Texas until 4 AM CDT pic.twitter.com/5mthrv7Rog — NWS…

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Tornado Watch issued for Bexar Co. until 4 a.m.; more severe weather possible

Tornado Watch issued for Bexar Co. until 4 a.m.; more severe weather possible

Follow KENS 5 on air and online for breaking severe weather coverage. Get the KENS 5 app for alerts when severe weather threatens South Texas. SAN ANTONIO — A Tornado Watch has been issued for parts of south Texas until 4 a.m., including Bexar, Bandera, Comal, Kendall, Kerr, Kinney, Medina, Real, Uvalde and Val Verde counties until 4 a.m.  A tornado watch has been issued for parts of Texas until 4 AM CDT pic.twitter.com/5mthrv7Rog — NWS…

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Live radar: Tornado Watch in effect for much of Central Texas until 4 a.m. Thursday

Live radar: Tornado Watch in effect for much of Central Texas until 4 a.m. Thursday

Severe storms capable of large hail, damaging wind gusts and a couple tornadoes will be possible. A Tornado Warning is also in effect for Mason County. AUSTIN, Texas — A Tornado Watch has been issued for the Hill Country and Interstate 35 corridor until 4 a.m. Thursday morning. This means conditions tonight will be conducive for severe storms capable of hail up to tennis-ball size, damaging wind gusts and a couple tornadoes. A Tornado Warning…

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Forecast: Severe storms possible through Thursday morning; Tornado Watch in effect

Forecast: Severe storms possible through Thursday morning; Tornado Watch in effect

The latest forecast from the KVUE Storm Team. Author: Jason Mikell, Shane Hinton (KVUE), Mariel Ruiz, Hunter Williams, Erika Lopez Published: 11:46 AM CST March 6, 2019 Updated: 10:53 PM CDT March 24, 2021 AUSTIN, Texas — We are under a severe weather threat tonight into Thursday morning as the next system pushes through. Strong to severe storms will be possible with hail and damaging winds as the primary threats, but isolated tornadoes will be…

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More overnight showers expected for San Antonio; severe weather possible

More overnight showers expected for San Antonio; severe weather possible

Follow KENS 5 on air and online for breaking severe weather coverage. Get the KENS 5 app for alerts when severe weather threatens South Texas. SAN ANTONIO — A Severe Thunderstorm Warning is in place for north-central Edwards County until 9:30 p.m., with wind gusts of up to 60 mph and half-dollar-sized hail possible.  Severe Thunderstorm Warning including Edwards County, TX until 9:30 PM CDT pic.twitter.com/Jbt4MXC8A9 — NWS Austin/San Antonio (@NWSSanAntonio) March 25, 2021 As…

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Live radar: Tornado Watch issued for Mason, Llano, Burnet counties until 10 p.m.

Live radar: Tornado Watch issued for Mason, Llano, Burnet counties until 10 p.m.

Some storms could be severe Wednesday and Thursday for Central Texas. AUSTIN, Texas — Parts of the KVUE viewing area are under an enhanced (3/5) risk of severe weather. Isolated to scattered storms could produce large hail, damaging winds and frequent lightning. Isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out.  A Tornado Watch has been issued for Mason, Llano and Burnet counties until 10 p.m.   Be sure to download KVUE’s app for updates and to check…

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Storm outbreak could spawn tornadoes in the South Thursday

Storm outbreak could spawn tornadoes in the South Thursday

March 24, 2021Updated: March 24, 2021 7:49 a.m. ATLANTA (AP) — Another outbreak of severe storms will invade several southern states, brining the potential for strong tornadoes that stay on the ground for several miles, forecasters warn. The greatest threat Thursday into Thursday evening will be focused on parts of Mississippi, Alabama and west Tennessee, The national Storm Prediction Center said. East Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana will also be at risk. Storms are also possible in…

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Hail and thunderstorms produced quarter-size hail in Bexar County overnight

Hail and thunderstorms produced quarter-size hail in Bexar County overnight

News // Weather Teresa Velasco March 23, 2021Updated: March 23, 2021 5:07 p.m. Some San Antonians had an early start to the day hearing rumbles of thunder and hail near their homes as thunderstorm activity began as early as  1:40 a.m. Tuesday. San Antonio received a measurable amount of rainfall with areas near the AT&T Center receiving over one inch, according to CoCoRaHS. Reports of quarter-size hail were also spotted in Bexar County on the West…

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Tornado touched down at Canyon Lake, NWS confirms

Tornado touched down at Canyon Lake, NWS confirms

Authorities reported a single-family home was damaged by the tornado. CANYON LAKE, Texas — The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado touched down at Canyon Lake during storms that swept through portions of south and central Texas early Tuesday morning.  NWS Austin-San Antonio surveyors investigated damage around Canyon Lake Tuesday and determined an EF-1 rated tornado was on the ground for about two minutes between 1:04-1:06 a.m.. The storm’ reached an estimated peak wind…

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'What are we going to do?' | Downtown Bertram, businesses devastated by storm damage

'What are we going to do?' 
| Downtown Bertram, businesses devastated by storm damage

Bertram Police Chief Dwayne Kyle told KVUE there were no reported injuries. BERTRAM, Texas — Crews in Bertram spent overnight and early morning hours Tuesday cleaning up damage following storms that rolled through Central Texas.  The city, which is about an hour west of Austin, saw many of its older buildings take most of the damage. The crews spent Tuesday morning cleaning up portions of State Highway 29, the main road that runs through the…

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Tornado Warning Issued For Williamson County

Tornado Warning Issued For Williamson County

A severe thunderstorm warning has been upgraded to a tornado warning for much of Williamson County until 11:15 p.m. The National Weather urges people to take shelter now. A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for western Travis County. The National Weather Service says damaging winds of up to 70 miles per hour and 2-inch hail is possible. RELATED | 8 Ways To Stay Ahead Of Severe Weather In Central Texas A warning means severe…

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Municipal Marina Boat Ramp reopens months after Hurricane Hanna

Municipal Marina Boat Ramp reopens months after Hurricane Hanna

The Municipal Marina Boat Ramp at the Coopers Alley L-Head is reopening seven months after sustaining damage from Hurricane Hanna, the city of Corpus Christi announced on Friday. The boat ramp is now open for personal and commercial crafts to use along Corpus Christi’s bayfront. High tides and waves from Hurricane Hanna in July damaged the east and west sides of the ramp. Though the east side of the ramp was opened shortly after the storm,…

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Severe storms, tornadoes possible across the Deep South

Severe storms, tornadoes possible across the Deep South

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The prospect of more tornadoes overnight and into Thursday across the Deep South had forecasters advising residents to take extra precautions after a wave of storms pounded the region throughout the day Wednesday, leaving a trail of splintered trees and damaged buildings. The biggest overnight threat of tornadoes remained over Alabama, according to the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center, but severe storms and tornadoes were possible from east-central Georgia and…

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