NEWSSevere storms produce tornado in northern Blanco CountyPOSTED TODAY, 1:00 PMUPDATED TODAY, 2:30 PM360 50 By Van DardenWeb – News EditorFREDERICKSBURG, Texas – From KSAT Meteorologist Katie Vossler:Just before 1 p.m. Monday, law enforcement reported a tornado 16 miles east of Fredericksburg. The circulation continued to move to the northeast, with a tornado warning issued for Gillespie and Blanco counties. Aaround 1 p.m., emergency managers in Gillespie County reported a tornado on the LBJ ranch. As the storm moved into Blanco County, reports of a large and extremely dangerous tornado began to circulate 9 miles southwest of Round Mountain, north of Johnson City.The tornado was last seen in the area near the Highway 281 and Highway 71 intersection just outside of the Marble Falls area.There have been no reports of any deaths, injuries or significant damage.PREVIOUSLY:Strong circulation near Round Mountain now. Seek shelter in N Blanco County pic.twitter.com/WgzU50sM5N— Adam Caskey (@adamcaskey) May 25, 2015UPDATE – 1:15 p.m.: The tornado has been reported over the LBJ Ranch, Sandy and Round Mountain moving northeast at 35 mph. PREVIOUSLY: The National Weather Service says that law enforcement in Fredericksburg is reporting that a tornado has touched down near Goehmann Lane.KSAT Meteorologist Adam Caskey says the storm in moving east into Blanco County.NWS officials are watching new circulation heading along Highway 290.This is a developing story. Stay with KSAT 12 and KSAT.com for the latest.Confirmed tornado headed toward Round Mountain in Blanco County: pic.twitter.com/8vLUUP744Z— Adam Caskey (@adamcaskey) May 25, 2015Law enforcement reports tornado touchdown near Goehmann Lane in Fredericksburg— Adam Caskey (@adamcaskey) May 25, 2015COPYRIGHT 2015 BY KSAT – ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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