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Severe Thunderstorms Threaten West and Central Texas: Enhanced Risk Alert

Severe Thunderstorms Threaten West and Central Texas

Severe Thunderstorms Threaten West and Central Texas

Texas – Residents of west and central Texas are being urged to prepare for severe thunderstorms forecasted to strike the region this afternoon and into the night. The National Weather Service has issued an Enhanced Risk warning, classified as level 3 of 5, indicating the potential for significant severe weather events.

Meteorologists predict that the storms could bring hail up to the size of baseballs, wind gusts ranging from 60 to 75 mph, and even a few tornadoes. The warning affects a broad area, and authorities are advising residents to take necessary precautions to protect themselves and their property.

Residents are advised to secure outdoor items, stay indoors during the storms, and be prepared for possible power outages. Those with travel plans should stay updated on weather conditions and be ready to adjust their routes if necessary.

Emergency management teams are on high alert, with response units prepared to assist in the event of severe weather impacts. Local authorities emphasize the importance of having emergency kits ready, including essentials such as water, food, medications, and a battery-operated weather radio.

Stay tuned to iSkyNews for the latest updates.



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