Its been a long day for us after a long day of chasing and an evening of covering severe weather. The threat for tornadoes has diminished sufficiently that I feel I can head to bed without there being major issues. The squall line now moving into Northeast Texas and Central Texas. A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for Northeast Texas, East Texas, Brazos Valley, and Central Texas. More info on the watch can be found here. Since we’ll be offline for the night I’ve put together a few resources for you to follow. The strongest storms with the line tonight could produce wind gusts up to 70 MPH and quarter size hail. Can’t rule out a brief tornado overnight but that threat has really come down.
National Weather Service Website
National Weather Service in Fort Worth on Twitter
National Weather Service in San Antonio/Austin on Twitter
National Weather Service in Houston on Twitter
Interactive Weather Radar