Thunderstorms in the Austin, Georgetown and Round Rock areas brought baseball-sized hail late in the evening Sept. 24 into the early morning Sept. 25, causing damage to many homes and vehicles.

What happened

The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning in the evening Sept. 24, warning residents in Travis County and surrounding areas about potential for baseball-sized hail and wind gusts up to 60 miles per hour. Overnight, heavy winds and rain as well as hail caused an unknown amount of property damage to both city and private property, such as homes, vehicles and trees with felled branches.

While Keith Hutchinson, communications manager for the city of Georgetown, said none of the city departments have reported any hail damage, residents throughout the area have reported damage to homes and vehicles.

In Round Rock, Communications and Marketing Director Sara Bustilloz said the city is working on an estimate for damages to the city's fleet of vehicles and other property.

Additional resources for homeowners are available here.

What else?

The NWS issued a hazardous weather outlook Sept. 25 for both Williamson and Travis counties advising the possibility of additional severe thunderstorms throughout the afternoon and evening, with more hail, damaging wind gusts and 1-3 inches of rain possible throughout the evening and into Sept. 26.

This is an ongoing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.