SAN ANGELO, Texas (Concho Valley Homepage) — UPDATE 1:43 p.m: The National Weather Service is now forecasting large hail up to 3.5 inches (larger than a baseball) and severe winds of 80 mph in enhanced risk areas. These areas are north of I-20 in the Big Country.

Elsewhere, Large hail up to 2 inches in diameter is possible along with damaging winds. There is also the potential for an isolated tornado in the Big Country, Northwest Concho Valley and Crockett country late afternoon and evening (after 4 PM).

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SAN ANGELO, Texas (Concho Valley Homepage) — According to the National Weather Service areas in and around San Angelo may experience heavy rain and localized flooding as a cold front begins to move in.

Strong to severe thunderstorms are forecast to develop in the west late this afternoon and move into the Concho Valley’s northern and western counties this evening. The main hazards will be large hail up to two inches and damaging winds over 60 mph, with a slight risk of a tornado which cannot be ruled out.

Additional storms are possible late tonight, mainly after midnight, as a cold front moves through the area. At this point, most of the activity along the front (late tonight) looks to remain below severe levels. In addition, locally heavy rainfall may result in flooding, especially in urban areas.

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