A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 4:00 a.m.
National Weather Service: A storm system will bring a good chance of showers and storms to the region tonight. Conditions will be favorable for some storms to become severe, with the primary threats being damaging straight-line wind gusts and large hail. There is an isolated thereat for tornadoes. We could see a few storms as early as late this afternoon across Val Verde and Edwards counties. However, most of the activity is expected late this evening and overnight. Initially, the storms are expected to organize into a line and first impact the Rio Grande plains and southern Edwards Plateau between 9 and 11 PM. The line of storms will then move into the Hill Country and I-35 corridor (Austin metro area) between Midnight and 6 AM Wednesday morning. The storms will continue east of the I-35 corridor Wednesday morning, however some models indicate a weakening trend during that time. Please monitor local weather reports. The rain should move out of the area by the afternoon.
Did you know that the City of Buda website has a notify me feature? It allows you to sign up for email and text notifications for specific information such as: EMERGENCY ALERTS, press releases, City news, City Council agendas, bond updates, emergency alerts, etc. You can find the notify me button on the homepage of our website at www.ci.buda.tx.us .
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