YOUR PHOTOS: Mammatus clouds spotted over Hill Country

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Author: Jaclyn Ramkissoon
This post originally appeared on KXAN Austin

YOUR PHOTOS: Mammatus clouds spotted over Hill Country

Video courtesy of Deb McClintock, taken north of Johnson City

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Strong to severe storms are expected in the Central Texas area Wednesday night into the overnight. Tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds are all possible with these storms.

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As the KXAN First Warning Weather team tracks these storms, here are some photos and videos sent in by KXAN viewers.

Mammatus clouds were spotted over Gillespie County during the 6 o’clock hour Wednesday. Chief Meteorologist David Yeomans said these pockets of sinking air from the upper-level cloud are indicative of a powerful thunderstorm.

  • Mammatus clouds over northern Gillespie County in Texas April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Leo Tynan)
  • Mammatus clouds over Blanco, Texas April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Leah Wood)
  • Mammatus clouds spotted over Johnson City, Texas on April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Paul Roten)
  • Mammatus clouds spotted over Johnson City, Texas on April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Paul Roten)
  • Mammatus clouds in the Fredericksburg area of Gillespie County April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Brent Mueller)
  • Mammatus clouds spotted over Fredericksburg April 28, 2021 (Courtesy George Weinreich)
  • Mammatus clouds spotted overhead in the Luckenbach area of Gillespie County April 28, 2021 (Courtesy: Brady Staedtler)
  • Mammatus clouds spotted overhead in the Luckenbach area of Gillespie County April 28, 2021 (Courtesy: Brady Staedtler)
  • Mammatus clouds over Wimberley, Texas April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Cyndi Hazelwood)
  • Mammatus clouds over Wimberley, Texas April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Cyndi Hazelwood)
  • Mammatus clouds over Wimberley, Texas April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Cyndi Hazelwood)
  • Mammatus clouds over Wimberley, Texas April 28, 2021 (Courtesy Cyndi Hazelwood)

Paul Mackey sent in the below video of a time lapse of the clouds forming over Dripping Springs.

This story will be updated as Wednesday night’s storms move through the area.

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