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Last Map Update: Mon, Jan. 16, 2017 at 10:45:12 pm CST

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Tonight will be mild with cloudy skies. Isolated showers are possible across the west-central areas of the region with scattered showers and thunderstorms possible across the coastal plains and extending to the I-35 Corridor.
A strong to severe storm or two will be possible across the Texas Coastal Plains on Tuesday. The primary threat will be strong gusty thunderstorm winds of 60+ mph. An isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. The severe threat will be limited to the coast where the cold front will remain stalled. Sub-severe showers and thunderstorms will be possible across South Central Texas through the day.
Rain chances will continue Tuesday through Thursday as a series of upper level disturbances move across South Central Texas. Rain chances may be more widespread Tuesday into Tuesday night. More stable conditions are expected Friday into Saturday as another upper level disturbance looks to come through mostly dry. Near normal temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday become well above normal Thursday through Saturday.