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Stormy weather could affect the Hill Country again Thursday

These storms could produce strong winds, hail and heavy rain. Here's the latest on storm timing.
Credit: KVUE

AUSTIN, Texas — A line of strong storms moved into Central Texas late Tuesday night and lingered through Wednesday morning. Some of these storms contained gusts around 40 mph to 50 mph and half-inch hail.

As of 12 p.m. Wednesday, the Storm Prediction Center excluded Central Texas from any additional severe weather on Wednesday. 

The rest of Wednesday afternoon took on a gradual drying trend, but high-resolution models keep a small risk around for a few isolated pop-up storms overnight into Thursday morning. 

Credit: KVUE

After the potential for storms fades out Thursday afternoon, Central Texas should be left with a pretty mild rest of the week weather-wise. Next up will be hot temperatures for Memorial Day weekend. 

The KVUE Weather Team will continue to monitor this developing forecast.

In the meantime, the extended forecast can be found below:

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