Homes, structures damaged following tornadoes in Central Texas
The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado near Salado. Homes and structures were damaged.
TEXAS - Severe weather spread across several counties in Central Texas on Tuesday. The National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touchdown in Bell County.
Large hail was a possibility as storms made their way into Central Texas. Georgetown and Liberty Hill received some hail.
Some FOX 7 Austin viewers sent photos and videos of the weather in their area.
Check out this picture of the sky in Leander as severe storms head into Central Texas (Bananie on Twitter)
Tornado spotted near Salado Tuesday evening (@BiddyJessi on Twitter)
Severe storm damage in Salado near Jarrell
Part of a mobile home was completely destroyed in Jarrell. A Bell County judge said multiple people were taken to the hospital.
Severe storm damage in Williamson County near Florence
A confirmed tornado was reported by the National Weather Service Tuesday evening
Video: Tornado spotted near Jarrell, Texas
Check out this video of a tornado spotted near Jarrell, Texas. Courtesy: Kayla Reynolds
Video: Tornado spotted near Jarrell
Check out this video sent to us by a viewer of a tornado near Jarrell. Courtesy: Joseph O'Connell
Video: Hail spotted in Georgetown
Check out this video of hail coming down in Georgetown. Courtesy: Donna Jobe
Video: Time-lapse of mammatus clouds in Central Texas
Check out this time-lapse video of mammatus clouds in Central Texas Courtesy: Kaitlin Wright
Video: Tornado spotted near Salado
Check out this video of a tornado spotted near Salado Courtesy: Tom Madden
Severe weather threats in Central Texas for April 12
Severe storms possible, hail and damaging winds are main concerns
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