AUSTIN, Texas — Portions of Travis and Bastrop counties are experiencing a thunderous roar due to strong and severe thunderstorms.
As of 7:30 a.m., a cluster of storms are showing an eastward moving as a strong cold front traverses through Central and South Central Texas.
Because of the recent severe storms, this one is also carrying with it a sizable threat of hail. On radar, hail is being shown on radar up to an inch in diameter.
It is necessary to procure and secure outdoor objects that could be uplifted in gusty winds as well as vehicles and sensitive items prone to hail damage.
Our Central Texas severe weather risk for Tuesday has now been updated to include portions of our eastern counties including parts of Travis and Williamson counties.
As the front passes, it is likely some residual rainfall could occur but a drier and calmer pattern will ensue for the rest of the day.
Stay tuned to KVUE Weather for updates and the latest track complete with advisories, watches, and warnings.