Possible Tornado Outside Leander, Texas Today

3:00 PM CDT | May 20, 2018

4:45 PM UPDATE: The National Weather Service has confirmed that an EF-1 Tornado with maximum winds of 90 MPH touched down northeast of Leander. It traveled over 5 miles before dissipating to the east of Liberty Hill. No injuries or fatalities were reported.


Multiple people in Central Texas reported a possible Tornado Sunday morning. The first report was at 8:41 AM about 3 miles to the northeast of Leander, which is located to the west of Georgetown, Texas. Roof damage occurred to three structures in the area. Another report occurred shortly after just north of the first report. At 8:43 AM, another report was noted about 5 miles to the east of Liberty Hill in the Santa Rita Ranch subdivision. You can see these reports here (click image to enlarge).

This is what one person saw this morning. You can see the funnel cloud clearly in the video. Additional information will be posted when it becomes available from the National Weather Service office in Austin/San Antonio later today or tomorrow. Be sure to Like us on Facebook to get the latest weather updates!

VIDEO: Possible tornado in Williamson County

POSSIBLE TORNADO spotted in Williamson County this morning. This video was taken by Ross Skinner from Rancho Sienna in Georgetown. Share your video and pictures with KVUE in the comments.

Posted by KVUE on Sunday, May 20, 2018