Follow the 25 News Weather Team for the latest on severe storms today in Central Texas.
Chief Meteorologist Matt Hines, Josh Johns and Caleb Chevalier will be providing updates throughout the day.
Here's the latest
Matt Hines and the 25 News Weather Team continue to talk about the storms.
(3 p.m.) Severe weather is possible in Central Texas this afternoon. Matt Hines provides an update.
(2 p.m.) — Storms starting to pop up across Central Texas. These could turn severe quickly.
(1:15 p.m.) — The latest Facebook #LIVE update on the storms from the 25 News Weather Team.
(1 p.m.) — Tornado WATCH issued until 8 p.m. for good portion of Central Texas, including Waco/Temple/Killeen.
A Tornado WATCH has been issued until 8pm for a good portion of Central Texas, including Waco/Temple/Killeen. Winds up to 80mph, hail up to golf ball size, and a few tornadoes will be possible in the strongest storms. #ctxwx pic.twitter.com/cknw5xjEvY— Matt Hines 🌵 (@MattHinesTX) November 4, 2022
(11:31 a.m.) — Tornado Watch will likely be issued for parts of Central and North Texas by early afternoon. Stay tuned for updates!
A Tornado Watch will likely be issued by early afternoon for a good portion of Central Texas. https://t.co/6OQ0lXTmk3— Matt Hines 🌵 (@MattHinesTX) November 4, 2022
(11 a.m.) — Severe Storm Risk Increasing
SEVERE STORM RISK INCREASING:— Josh Johns (@JoshJohnsWx) November 4, 2022
With the arrival of morning data, we have now extended our NUMEROUS risk level to include Hill, Navarro, Limestone and Freestone counties. This is where the threat will be the highest this afternoon. ALL of Central TX remains under some risk. #TXwx pic.twitter.com/vX1PpVNokf
Meteorologist Josh Johns also went live on Facebook mid-morning.
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