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Last Map Update: Sun, May. 28, 2017 at 7:26:15 pm CDT

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Rain and thunderstorms will push into Deep South Texas tonight, mainly into and throughout the overnight. A few storms may become strong to marginally severe across the region with potential isolated wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph and hail up to 1 inch in diameter. Locally moderate to heavy downpours may cause pockets of nuisance flooding of streets and low-lying areas. Remember to review your severe storm safety plans and to set your NOAA weather radio to “alert” mode. For the mariners, expect modest southeast breezes with a moderate chop on the bay and gulf seas of 3 to 6 feet on the coastal waters. Small craft exercise caution across the offshore coastal gulf waters from 20 to 60 nautical miles out.
Hot, humid and breezy conditions will continue today with heat indices between 105 and 110 degrees. Remember to stay well hydrated and seek shade frequently when outside. Beginning overnight tonight, the chance of showers and thunderstorms will be on the increase across deep south Texas and the Rio Grande Valley. Showers and thunderstorms will be likely on Memorial Day and continue across the region Monday night. Locally heavy rainfall is possible Memorial Day. Remember, "When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors"!
Rain including thunderstorms will be expected across the Rio Grande Valley and the rest of Deep South Texas from tonight through the Memorial Day evening. Potential rainfall totals from the Weather Prediction Center range from 1 inch across the northern Ranchlands to greater than 2 inches across the Lower Valley and Zapata county. Locally heavy rainfall could cause periods of nuisance flooding of streets and low-lying areas. A few thunderstorms may become strong to marginally severe as well.
Memorial Day and night will feature showers and thunderstorms with the arrival of an upper level disturbance off Mexico. The chance of showers and thunderstorms continues Tuesday through Friday with a front trying to push south of the Valley as a cold front and eventually lifting northeast as a warm front. Locally heavy rainfall could cause periods of nuisance flooding of streets and low-lying areas from Memorial Day through midweek. Overnight low temperatures are expected to be well above normal with high temperatures ranging from the mid and upper 80s to low and mid 90s.

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