AUSTIN (KXAN) — Isolated severe storms remain possible, but the severe weather threat is gradually ending as storms move away to the southeast.


A Tornado Watch has been allowed to expire, but isolated severe storms remain possible into mid-evening with large hail being our primary concern.

Risk level

A marginal risk (1 out of 5) for isolated severe storms is in place for parts of the Hill Country and southern tier counties, a slight risk (2 out of 5) for scattered severe storms for the Austin-metro and and areas northeast.

Severe weather threat this evening
Severe weather threat this evening


-Now – 10 p.m.: Storms shift southeast of Austin into our eastern counties and then eventually out of Central Texas.

Future radar (high-resolution forecast model) – 9 p.m.


Large hail will be the primary concerns with any well-develop storm Thursday.

Thursday’s severe threats


Here’s what LCRA Hydromet and NWS Rain Gauges have reported so far through 7pm.

Rain since midnight
Rain since midnight

Stay with the KXAN First Warning Weather team as we continue to monitor the forecast.