SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The San Antonio region and the Hill Country could see a risk of severe weather this Thursday afternoon and evening.

The National Weather Service says these storms are expected to form in the mid-afternoon across the Hill Country and move east into parts of the Interstate 35 corridor late Thursday afternoon.  It is then expected to move east of Interstate 35 and Interstate 37 early Thursday evening.

The primary threats from these storms this afternoon are large hail and damaging winds, however the weather service says there is a low risk of significant wind gusts exceeding 70 miles per hour and hail larger than golfballs.  There is also a chance for an isolated tornado and localized flooding.

Stay connected with San Antonio’s Severe Weather Station, 550 KTSA and FM 107.1, for the latest updates.

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