AUSTIN (KXAN) - Most of Central Texas escaped a severe thunderstorm threat and received lighter rain showers Sunday afternoon.
KXAN Meteorologist Natalie Stoll says the weak cold front has exited the KXAN viewing area and with it has taken away any additional rain chances.
The Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued by the Storm Prediction Center has been canceled.
Stoll says the immediate Austin viewing area received light rain, though parts of the Hill Country experienced a few strong to severe thunderstorms. Spicewood residents reported pea size hail
The KXAN weather team would also like to remind you to have your weather radio's ready to use during any severe weather event.
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