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Flash Flood Warning In Effect For Austin Until 10:15 P.M.

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for Travis County until 10:15 p.m., as a strong cold front begins to leave the area. 

High winds and heavy rainfall were seen across large swaths of Central Texas. 

The severe thunderstorm warning for Travis County expired at 8 p.m., but a warning remains in effect to the south in Hays County. A flash flood warning was also issued for Kingsland, Llano and Buchanan Dam until 10 p.m., and for San Marcos, Kyle and Buda until 10:30.

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The Texas Game Wardens of the Law Enforcement Division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department tweeted that a tour boat with about 80 occupants had taken on water on Lake Buchanan and was beached on an island.

It said authorities and first responders would shuttle passengers to land after the severe weather passes. In an update, the agency said everyone was safe. 

The storm was moving south toward San Antonio. Storms are expected to last into Monday morning.

Here's the latest from the National Weather Service's Austin/San Antonio office Twitter feed:

Tweets by NWSSanAntonio

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