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Severe Thunderstorms Bringing Heavy Rain and Hail to Central Texas

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The National Weather Service alerts Central Texas to the possibility of approaching strong thunderstorms that could cause significant damage, big hail, and deluges of rain. It is urged that locals prepare for possible threats, such as lone tornadoes.

The storm is expected to make landfall between 6 p.m. on Saturday and 4 a.m. on Sunday, with its epicenter expected to pass over the western Hill Country and the southern Edwards Plateau. A flood watch has been issued for several counties due to the impending storm and the potential for rivers and creeks to rise in level.

In addition, a number of counties in southwest Texas are included in the tornado watch. Although it’s important to understand the difference between a tornado watch and warning, locals in vulnerable regions are advised to stay alert and ready to respond quickly if conditions change.

The area braces for a turbulent weather event that could interrupt daily routines and need preventive steps to protect safety and limit damage, with the likelihood of continuing rainfall and storm activity lasting into late Sunday afternoon. Watch this space for more updates as the situation develops.

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