Severe storms possible this afternoon into evening

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Warm, humid and breezy conditions to start our Friday ahead of what is likely to be a very active afternoon and evening.

Between 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. tonight, a significant severe weather threat will develop bringing the highest risk of tornadoes in our area since March, when we saw the tornado outbreak. Read details on the storm timing and where the threat is the highest below.

Risk of scattered to numerous severe storms late today (Friday)
Storms start to explode near the I-35 corridor late afternoon into early evening

Rain clears in time for a gorgeous autumn weekend with chilly mornings and pleasant days. After we set our clocks back an hour early Sunday morning, warmth and humidity returns. A few spotty showers are possible Monday, but there is no severe risk at this time.

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Summer Heat

Meteorological summer ended on Aug. 31, as Camp Mabry recorded its second-hottest summer in recorded history. Austin-Bergstrom recorded its 7th-hottest summer on record.

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