AUSTIN (KXAN) — Severe storms brought tennis to baseball sized hail to the I-35 corridor Sunday evening, leaving behind what is likely to add up to millions of dollars in damage.

We start our Monday under mainly cloudy and quiet conditions, but another round of thunderstorms is possible later today. Storm coverage shouldn’t be as widespread, but there is a low risk of severe storms for those in the Austin-metro southward. Threats remain the same — large hail and damaging winds.

One more round of strong to severe storms possible Monday afternoon/evening
Low risk of severe storms Monday afternoon/evening

Rain chances will decrease substantially tomorrow into midweek. Afternoon highs will warm into the mid-90s — still hotter than normal, but cooler than the triple digits we felt this past weekend.

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