Austin weather: Lots of hail, strong winds move through Central Texas
AUSTIN, Texas - The National Weather Service upgraded Central Texas to a Level 3, enhanced risk, of severe weather, which meant very large hail, damaging winds, and possibly even an isolated tornado on Friday, April 28.
Several watches and warnings were issued from the NWS to all parts of Central Texas. Most of Central Texas was under a severe thunderstorm warning.
Hail seen in Georgetown. Photo courtesy: Jenny Barber
Much of Central Texas was under an Enhanced Risk for very large hail and damaging winds Friday evening.
After the front pushes through the storms are out of here by midnight and cooler, drier and windy times are ahead going into the first half of the weekend.
Several FOX 7 Austin viewers sent in video and photos of severe weather in their area:
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