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Last Map Update: Tue, May. 23, 2017 at 3:43:14 pm CDT

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Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible once again this afternoon as another cold front moves thorugh the region. The main threats with these storms will be large hail and damaging winds. Highs will range from the mid 70s in the Edwards Plateau and hill Country to mid 80s in the Coastal and Rio Grande Plains. Winds behind the front will be northerly at 10-15 mph.
A line of showers and thunderstorms are expected to affect the area late this afternoon into the early evening hours as a cold front moves southeast into the coastal Plains. In the wake of the front, breezy north to northwest winds will remain for several hours before midnight tonight. A cool airmass will spread across the area with low temperatures in the upper 40s across portions of the Hill Country to lower 50s along and south of Highway 90. Some thunderstorms late this afternoon and evening could become strong to severe before exiting the southern counties. Large hail and damaging winds will be the main weather hazards.
Strong to severe storms are possible today over most of South Central Texas, with the best chances along and south of a Austin, Boerne, Uvalde and Eagle Pass line. The main threats with any storms that develop will be large hail and damaging straight line winds, with most storms occurring during the afternoon as a cold front moves through the region.
Drier and cooler than normal temperatures will move in behind the front on Wednesday before a gradual warmup occurs into the weekend as cloud cover increases. Another weak front will approach the region on Sunday to bring back a chance of isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms.
This week is #TexasFloodWeek! This time of the year is typically our wettest with the Memorial Day Weekend notorious for lots of rain and big floods. With South Central Texas also known as "Flash Flood Alley" it is extremely important to know how to stay safe! Here are three simple steps on how to stay safe during flash floods!