Storms roll into parts of Central Texas

Storms rolled into parts of Central Texas on Tuesday causing flooding and some hail. 

San Marcos Consolidated ISD placed its schools on a "shelter in place" status. Parents were urged to avoid flooding streets. 

Texas State University suspended afternoon classes from 2-5 p.m. because of localized flooding.

Local rain gages estimate six to seven inches of rain fell in Hays County.

READ: Heavy rains in Belton cause flooding

While most probably stayed indoors, student Ben Simon and his friends took a different approach. They decided to search for a flooded space away from traffic. They found what they were looking for at the Texas State Football Stadium parking lot, hooked up a wake board to a lifted truck and jumped in. 

Meanwhile a car made some waves at an Olive Garden parking lot in San Marcos, Texas.

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