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Last Map Update: Sun, Sep. 24, 2017 at 7:31:13 pm CDT

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Showers and storms will be possible across the Rio Grande Plains overnight tonight. An isolated shower or storm could make it as far east as San Antonio or Kerrville through the overnight hours. Temperatures wise a mild night is forecast with lows in the low to mid 70s.
Due to plenty of moisture, an upper trough, and a slow moving front rain and heavy rainfall is expected through the week. The main area of concern will be across the Rio Grande Plains and Edwards Plateau where 3-6 inches, with isolated totals up to 8 inches are possible. Rainfall amounts and locations will change as models get a better handle on the event. Check in constantly for updated forecasts!
A wet pattern is in store across the area this week. The best chances of locally heavy rain will start out west by Val Verde County and the Rio Grande River on Monday and Monday night, then expand into the western Hill Country Tuesday, and possible into portions of the eastern Hill Country and I-35 corridor Tuesday night and Wednesday. While the eastern areas will enjoy daily chances of scattered thunderstorms, the threat for locally heavy rain and some flooding will concentrate over the western half of South Central Texas. A cold front is forecast to push into the area on Wednesday bringing slightly cooler temperatures and lower chances for rainfall Thursday and Friday.