AUSTIN, Texas - Thousands of people were left without power as storms rolled through Central Texas.
Austin Energy and Oncor reported several power outages in several areas. Most people have had power restored but as of 12:45 p.m., there were still some without power. You can see Austin Energy's power outage map here and Oncor's map here.
The weather also caused some delays in some school districts. Prairie Lea ISD was on a two-hour delay today due to a power outage and there were bus route delays in Round Rock ISD due to debris on the road.
The storms came through early in the morning and prompted a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for much of Central Texas. It also prompted a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Hays and southern Blanco County.
The line of thunderstorms that moved through Central Texas did contain strong winds and the threat of some small hail and a very low chance of a tornado.
Flooding was also a concern but there have been no reports of any substantial flooding issues.