(April 14, 2014) Strong thunderstorms moved through Central Texas Monday, producing heavy rain and in some areas hail.
A half-inch of snow fell Monday in Amarillo and other parts of the Panhandle as a cold front pushed through the state.
Highs Monday in Central Texas will be only in the mid-50s, and overnight temperatures will fall into the 30s.
A severe thunderstorm watch remains in effect until 5 p.m. Monday for Bell, Falls, Freestone, Leon, Limestone, Milam, Navarro and Robertson Counties.
A wind advisory is in effect for the region until 9 p.m. and a freeze warning is in effect until 10 a.m. Tuesday.
Hail as large as an inch fell Monday near Chalk Bluff in McLennan County.
Three-quarter inch hail was reported in Waco.
In Mexia, pea to penny size hail covered the ground.
Inch-and-three-quarter hail fell in Navarro County, covering the roadway at Interstate 45 and the north business bypass.