Recap: Severe Weather Rattles Texas, Oklahoma

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AccuWeather meteorologists monitored a zone from central Texas to southern Oklahoma for severe weather Saturday afternoon and night.

A potent storm system, also responsible for near-blizzard conditions in the Rockies and Plains, spent Saturday afternoon through early Sunday morning generating strong thunderstorms.

Cities in line for severe weather included Dallas, Waco, San Antonio, Austin, McAlester, and Tulsa.

For a detailed overview of the severe weather potential, check out this story written by Meteorologist Brian Edwards.

Below is a list of storm reports and damage through early Sunday:

4:20 a.m. EDT Sunday: Thunderstorms, with dangerous lightning strikes, are moving eastward towards the College Station, Texas area.

3:05 a.m. EDT Sunday: As thunderstorms continue in Bexar County, Texas, wind gusts of 50 mph were reported along with the hail.

1:55 a.m. EST Sunday: A severe thunderstorm is passing just north of San Antonio, producing pea to dime size hail…

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