AUSTIN, Texas - For the second time in a week, Central Texas was a prime target for severe weather. This round featured mainly hail reports instead of damaging winds and tornadoes.
Some storms Wednesday evening did show signs of rotation but no confirmed tornadoes.
Most of the hail reports were focused around Austin Metro during the 4 am hour on Thursday. Penny to ping pong-sized hailstones were common.
This will blow your mind...the top 3 most expensive hail events in Austin have happened on March 25. Guess what day it is? Yep, March 25, 2021.
We got 1 to 2" diameter hail in Austin. We also got much-needed rain from Austin to the Hill Country. Isolated areas did get 1 to 2" of rain west of Austin.
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