(KXAN) — Severe weather is expected throughout parts of Central Texas on Friday. Here are some of the current cancellations and delays due to the storms.

Austin FC has delayed the start of their game, which was originally set for 6 p.m.

“Due to the storm and associated threat of lightning, entry gates to Parmer Field at St. David’s Performance Center will remain closed and all fans must seek shelter near the Parmer Field concourse or inside of their personal vehicle,” Austin FC said on Twitter. The team said it would estimate the revised entry time and kickoff time as soon as further information is available.

The Austin Community College Round Rock campus closed at 4 p.m. Friday due to a power outage. All other ACC campuses remained open.

The City of Georgetown has delayed the start of its Red Poppy Festival until the weather clears. The city expects to open the festival around 8 p.m.

The City of Cedar Park has delayed the start of its Nifty Fifty BBQ Bash Family Fun Day in Lakeline Park. The gates will now open at 6 p.m. instead of 4 p.m., and festivities will begin once the weather is clear.

Austin ISD has canceled all after-school extracurricular activities.

Lago Vista ISD said due to weather, its track event has been pushed up to 2 p.m. Field events began at 9 a.m., while track preliminaries would start at 2 p.m. instead of 3 p.m.

Jarrell ISD also moved the start of the running preliminaries to 2 p.m.

Marble Falls ISD said due to the threat of severe weather, JV Baseball had been canceled, and Varsity Baseball would play at 3:45 p.m.

Pflugerville ISD has canceled all after-school activities.

Round Rock ISD has canceled all after-school and extracurricular activities.

Founders Day Parade in Dripping Springs was canceled. The announcement came after the city and the Founders Day Festival Commission met with area Emergency Management officials and the National Weather Service.

“For the safety of all parade participants and parade viewers, we are canceling tonight’s Founders Day Festival Parade. If we were to experience hail and lightning, we would not have sufficient shelter or any way to keep children and families safe,” Dripping Springs said. “The parade will not be rescheduled.