AUSTIN (KXAN) — A severe storm that produced a tornado and hail moved through Central Texas on Tuesday afternoon. KXAN viewers have been sending in their photos and videos, showing how conditions look across the region.

A Tornado Warning was issued for northwest Williamson County just after 5 p.m. KXAN’s First Warning Weather team spotted a tornado live during KXAN News at 5 p.m. just northwest of Jarrell.

  • Tornado caught on camera on April 12, 2022 by Ron Clark's daughter near Jarrell High School
  • Tornado spotted near Florence April 12 (KXAN viewer photo)
  • Tornado spotted near Florence April 12 (KXAN viewer photo)
  • Confirmed tornado west of Jarrell on April 12, 2022. The tornado was spotted by storm chaser Jeff Mangum. It's near the Williamson/Bell County line. (KXAN Photo)
  • Storm clouds in Dripping Springs, Texas on April 12, 2022 (KXAN Photo)
  • Storm clouds in Buda, Texas on April 12, 2022 (KXAN Viewer Photo)
  • In Burnet County, hail was reported along County Road 211 in Briggs, Texas. (KXAN Viewer Photo)
  • In Burnet County, hail was reported along County Road 211 in Briggs, Texas. (KXAN Viewer Photo)
  • Jarrell storm clouds April 12 (Courtesy: Chad D.)
  • Storm clouds in Kyle April 12 (KXAN Viewer Photo)

Resources

You can email photos and videos to ReportIt@kxan.com. If you take photos of hail, in particular, it’s helpful to include an object alongside it to help gauge how large it is. Coins or sports balls are a good option.