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Last Map Update: Sat, Apr. 29, 2017 at 12:39:14 pm CDT

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Strong to severe storms will be possible late this afternoon into the overnight hours as an upper level disturbance and cold front move across South Central Texas. The main threats with these storms will be large hail and damaging winds. Tornado chances are minimal, but not zero. Flash flood threat is minimal. Best chances for severe storms are northeast of a Kerrville to San Antonio to Hallettsville line between 7 PM and 2 AM.
Isolated strong to severe storms are possible after 4 PM with large hail and damaging winds the main threats. Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies this morning turn partly cloudy this afternoon. Well above normal high temperatures are expected, ranging from the mid 80s in the Hill Country to near 100 across far southern parts of the Rio Grande. Heat index values in the mid 90s to near 100 are expected this afternoon across much of South Central Texas.
Fair weather is expected for the next several days, except an upper level disturbance and cold front will bring showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday. Below normal temperatures on Sunday will warm to above normal Monday through Wednesday, then cool to below normal on Thursday.
Temperatures are climbing! Make sure you practice heat safety wherever you are! Whether your working, exercising, or just running errands, make sure you know how to stay safe during hot temperature days.