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Here is the latest severe weather outlook issued for the evening/overnight hours from the Storm Prediction Center. The standard severe weather risk is defined by the yellow color with the enhanced zone defined by the red. There is a low severe weather threat in the brown shaded zone.

Brown Shaded Zone: Low severe weather chance (5% chance of severe weather occurring within 25 miles of your location tonight.)

Yellow Shaded Zone: Standard severe weather chance (15% chance of severe weather occurring within 25 miles of your location tonight.)

Red Shaded Zone: Elevated severe weather chance (30% chance of severe weather occurring within 25 miles of your location tonight.) This is where the highest tornado potential is also located.

A Tornado Watch has been posted for much of South Central Texas until 3 AM. The highest tornado threat should remain along and south of Interstate 10, but severe weather is possible across all of the watch.

In addition, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for much of the Texas Hill Country and South Texas. It is my belief that flooding will become the biggest issue overnight. We’ll post updates as warranted on our Facebook and Twitter pages, along with our blog.

David Reimer

Owner at Texas Storm Chasers
David began chasing storms in the fall of 2008 just as mobile technology was emerging. After only chasing part-time in the 2013 & 2014 seasons he is looking forward to the 2015 spring storm season! His chase partner just so happens to be the love of his life, Paige Burress!