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Last Map Update: Tue, Mar. 28, 2017 at 8:25:11 pm CDT

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Showers and thunderstorms over the Texas Hill Country and Edward Plateau region will approach South Texas overnight, with the best chance for precipitation over the northern portions of the area. The showers and storms will move east overnight, and approach the eastern portions of South Texas before sunrise. A few storms could be strong over the northern portions of South Texas, mainly between 2 AM and 7 AM. Winds will stay elevated for much of the night, and Small Craft Advisory conditions are posted for all marine interests.
Here is the Storm Prediction Center's severe weather outlook for tonight. As you can see, there is a marginal risk for severe thunderstorms over northwestern portions of South Texas overnight. Storms over the Edward's Plateau and Hill Country will move into the northern portions of South Texas after midnight, then move east through the overnight hours. A few storms could produce winds 40 mph or more and/or hail pea to nickel sized hail. The primary concern for severe weather will remain north of South Texas due to a strong cap. Nevertheless, residents should seek shelter if any storms approach your area.
There is a risk for strong to severe thunderstorms Wednesday morning, mainly over the northern Coastal Bend and over the Victoria Crossroads area, as highlighted in yellow on the graphic. Damaging straight-line wind and hail up to 1 inch will be the primary concern. A brief tornado cannot be ruled out. Farther south, severe weather is less likely, although a strong storm producing winds of 40 mph or more along with small hail are still possible.
There is a chance for thunderstorms Wednesday morning, mainly across the northeast Coastal Bend. A few strong storms are possible with gusty winds and hail. A cold front will move through late Wednesday Night with much drier air in its wake on Thursday and Friday. Breezy conditions Saturday as the next storm system approaches. This system will move into Texas on Sunday bringing a good chance of showers and thunderstorms.

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