A tornado warning has been cancelled for San Antonio and its surrounding areas. The tornado warning still includes portions of Leon Valley‚ Terrell Hills and Olmos Park. Motorists should seek shelter immediately and move to a low-lying area. If a tornado does form‚ be prepared to leave your vehicle. If you can‚ avoid driving until the storm passes. If the power goes out for an extended period‚ make sure you charge battery-powered devices. The National Weather Service has canceled a tornado warning for San Antonio and the surrounding area. While a severe storm threat remains in place‚ a higher risk exists for San Antonio and its surrounding areas. There is a lingering risk of heavy rain and wind gusts of up to 60 mph. The National Weather Service has canceled a forecast that called for a possible tornado. However‚ the severe storms will only affect isolated areas of the city‚ and the worst risks will occur between New Braunfels and Austin. Residents of the East Side should still monitor the weather‚ as the chances of heavy rain and wind are decreasing. After the tornado passed over the area‚ the National Weather Service issued a severe storm warning for parts of the San Antonio metropolitan area. The storm caused a large amount of damage‚ destroying homes in the Batesville subdivision. At two o'clock‚ the tornado gradually weakened to EF-1 to EF-2. As the storm approached San Antonio‚ it continued to grow‚ causing EF-3 to EF-4 damage. The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for southwestern Bexar county and the south-western Medina County. The southwestern areas of the city have been spared a tornado‚ but the storms will bring rain and strong winds. Some rural areas may receive up to six inches of rain. In addition‚ it will be extremely difficult to drive if the sever storms occur. You can expect heavy rainfall in the affected area. A tornado warning has been issued for the San Antonio area west of the city. There's a moderate risk of rain for the city of San Antonio‚ which could fall anywhere between one and two inches. The rain could also bring large hail and heavy winds of up to 60 mph. Fortunately‚ the National Weather Service has canceled the tornado for San Antonians. But the risk of severe weather remains for some areas‚ so keep an eye on the weather on Tuesday. The risk of a tornado in the area remains low. A tornado warning has been issued for areas west of the city. However‚ severe weather is still a threat and heavy rain will be falling in some areas. Although a tornado will not hit the city‚ there will be strong winds and heavy rain in the area. Some people who live in these areas should monitor the weather throughout Monday night. The worst of the storms are expected to hit the east and south of the city. There is a chance of wind gusts of up to 100 mph. The National Weather Service has cancelled a tornado warning for San Antonio and other parts of Texas.
The storm is still a danger and there are reports of large hail and heavy winds. The National Weather Service has also cancelled a tornado watch for Elgin‚ which is east of Austin. The weather service warns that a severe storm is expected to cause widespread damage across the Austin and Central Texas area. It will impact several cities in the city. There is a slight risk of heavy rain in the area. The storms will bring large hail and high winds of up to 60 mph. Fortunately‚ no deaths are reported‚ but the storm could bring rain to San Antonio. On Monday‚ the National Weather Service has declared a tornado emergency in Bexar County. The warning also covers the nearby airports and Kelly Air Force Base. It will be a major storm‚ but the National Weather Service has said that it will be safe and can affect residents and businesses alike. There is still a slight risk of excessive rainfall in San Antonio. A tornado can produce up to two inches of rain and can produce large hail. Fortunately‚ the storm will not affect the city‚ but it could disrupt the area. If you're in the affected area‚ you should consult with a local meteorologist before leaving. If you're not sure‚ you should check the National Weather Service's website to see if a tornado is expected in your area.
4:01 PM - Damage to mobile homes and trees being reported by firefighters near 380 and Wesly Chapel. This is about 5 miles southwest of Jacksboro. #txwx https://t.co/UnGzK6mEsE — NWS Fort Worth (@NWSFortWorth) March 21, 2022
Confirmed tornado on the ground on the east side of Luling moving NNE! Seek shelter immediately! — NWS Austin/San Antonio (@NWSSanAntonio) March 21, 2022