Strong storms are possible in parts of the Concho Valley tonight

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Tonight, a fast moving shortwave will move through, interacting with low level moisture, and dragging a Pacific cold front through quickly behind it. 

Tom Green, Runnels, Kimble, Sutton, Schleicher and southeastern Coke counties have a marginal risk (1/5) for isolated strong to severe storms. Meanwhile, a slight risk (2/5) as of 2:00 p.m. has been issued for Coleman, McCulloch, Menard, Concho and Mason counties. The main threats are damaging winds greater than 58 mph, hail up to 1”, and dangerous lightning. 

Rain is expected to start up in our far western counties a little after sunset tonight. Expect about 0.1” of rain area wide, with high rain totals in strong thunderstorms. 

Stay tuned for more updates with your KLST Weather Authority Team this evening.

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