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MASON, TX -- The National Weather Service says a tornado has touched down southwest of San Antonio. Related Content MORE: Discuss this story on our Facebook pageThe weather service says it has received reports of a tornado near Lytle, about 25 miles southwest of downtown San Antonio. The weather service says this tornado is moving northeast at about 20 miles per hour. Parts of Bexar County and neighboring Atascosa and Medina counties remain under a tornado warning until 9 p.m. CDT. The rest of the area is under a tornado watch in effect past midnight Tuesday. Dozens of counties in East Texas are also under a tornado watch. Near Dallas-Fort Worth, dozens of counties remain under a tornado watch set to expire at 10 p.m. CDT. Thunderstorms moved east across Fort Worth into the Dallas area and flights have been delayed.
Near Dallas-Fort Worth, dozens of counties remain under a tornado watch set to expire at 10 p.m. CDT
Originally posted by showintail
San Antonio is safe, for now .. it's the flash flooding that might happen. I did see pictures of the tornado! Scary