Tornado warning issued for at least two Central Texas counties

Posted at 8:44 AM, Mar 08, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-08 09:44:17-05

A tornado warning has been issued by the National Weather service for both Coryell and Lampasas County.

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Tuesday morning: Few showers but there will be a complex of storms to our west headed our way. It will likely clip the far NW counties with the possibility of some strong to severe storms. Locally heavy rain is possible along with 60 mph winds and quarter size hail. Tune into Good Morning Texas for live updates on this system.

Tuesday afternoon: We should get a break in the activity. This will largely depend on the storms this morning. If we have more storms this morning, the chance for afternoon storms is low. This looks like the primary outcome as of now. It will be a good idea to keep an eye on the weather throughout the day.

Tuesday night/Wednesday morning: More storms move into Central Texas, especially for our southern counties. We could see some heavy rain, some strong winds and some large hail...we could even see a tornado or two. This is the system we will have to watch very closely late tonight/tomorrow morning.

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