More stormy weather is expected over the weekend, and the National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for the Lampasas County area. 
Issued at 3:26 a.m. Friday morning and effective for Lampasas, Coryell, Bell and surrounding counties, the outlook cites thunderstorms moving into the area late Friday night. 
“Thunderstorms are expected to develop to the west late tonight and form into a line or cluster,” NWS meteorologists said. “As these storms move into North and Central Texas after midnight, they could become strong or severe with primarily a damaging wind threat. Some hail is also possible with the strongest storms.”
The storms are expected to spread eastward on Saturday “mainly west of [Interstate] 35 through the morning and then near and east of [Interstate] 35 from midday into the afternoon,” NWS officials said. “Damaging winds and hail would likely be the main threats with a line of storms, although there would be an increased tornado threat with any individual storms ahead of this line, especially by afternoon.”
Threat of tornadic activity is expected to be highest east of I-35 and south of I-20, meteorologists said. NWS added that there is a chance storms could redevelop late Saturday afternoon west of I-35 that also could be strong or severe, but this potential will depend on trends with morning thunderstorms.