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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for San Antonio and Bexar County TX

The National Weather Service has given multiple severe thunderstorm warnings this afternoon to counties and towns north of San Antonio, including Comfort, Kerrville, Bandera and Fredericksburg.

The NWS also issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Bexar County until 10 p.m. Thursday night.

Thursday, May 28

8:25 p.m.

The NWS has canceled the severe thunderstorm watch across South Central Texas. The remainder of the night should be partly to mostly cloudy, with a few residual showers across southern and western areas exiting to the south.

5:50 p.m.

A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued specifically for Bexar County and the City of San Antonio. According to the NWS, mainly the north side will be affected, with up to quarter-size hail and 60-mph winds.

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What Should I Do If My Property Suffers Storm Damage?

If your property is impacted by a storm, the first thing you must do is mitigate the damage as soon as possible. Always make sure you keep thorough records of any restoration expenses you incur. Then, call the expert adjusters at Insurance Claim Recovery Support. Whether your home or business was hit with a tornado or a hail storm, you can trust our team to settle your claim promptly and fairly. Don’t waste your time trying to get in contact with less qualified claim adjusters. The Insurance Claim Recovery Support adjusters will always represent your best interests and make sure you get the settlement you deserve and need.


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The strongest wind I have ever experienced’: Friday’s storm chase in Texas was one to remember

Gainesville Texas Meteorologist Chases A Breathtaking Storm

GAINESVILLE, Tex. — If you’re a meteorologist and it’s May, you know the atmosphere always has a few tricks up its sleeve. Storms over Kansas produced incredible displays on Thursday, but Friday was shaping up to be iffier. Nonetheless, I drove the 460 miles to my chase target in Wichita Falls, Tex., bought myself an ice cream and waited beneath blue skies.

Before long, a towering cumulus cloud bloomed into a massive rotating supercell, a telltale hook appearing on the radar where it began to rotate. Air spiraled into its corkscrews updraft as rain and hail fell to the north. Even on the edge of the storm, I was getting big hail. I knew this would be a nasty storm.

Read More About the Storm Chase Here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/2020/05/23/texas-storm-chasing/