We’re monitoring two distinct clusters of thunderstorms this morning across the state. For ease of reading I’ll divide this up into bullet points and keep things short.
- A cluster of strong thunderstorms is impacting portions of the Hill Country and South-Central Texas. These storms are impacting Kerrville, San Antonio, Blanco, Wimberley, and San Marcos. Some of these storms are showing weak rotation and we’re monitoring them closely. Overall movement is to the north/northeast. Locally heavy rain is also being produced which may cause minor flooding.
- The second distinct cluster of showers and thunderstorms is across Northwest Texas and western North Texas. This activity is moving east/northeast and will enter the D/FW Metroplex by 7 AM. Some storms are producing frequent cloud to ground lightning along with very heavy rain. A warm front that will surge north later this morning is still located a good 100-150 miles south of D/FW. No severe weather is anticipated this morning with the ongoing activity.
- Other showers and thunderstorms are impacting the Big Country, Concho Valley, Deep South Texas, and the Panhandle. Most activity is either moving north or northeast.