Parts of the Concho Valley upgraded to a “Slight Risk” for severe storms tonight


Showers and thunderstorms will continue filling in across the Concho Valley tonight from the west. A few storms are likely to become strong to severe in our northwestern counties. The main threats for areas that have been upgraded to a “Slight Risk” include damaging winds, hail up to 1.25”, and localized flash flooding. 

  • Parts of Sterling, Irion, Crockett, Reagan and Coke counties have been included in a “Slight Risk” (2/5) for a few strong to severe storms tonight
  • Tom Green County remains in a “Marginal Risk” (1/5) for isolated strong storms
  • Flash Flooding remains the biggest concern as soils are already saturated from storms over the last few weeks.

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