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Last Map Update: Wed, May. 24, 2017 at 6:28:13 pm CDT

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Mostly clear skies will allow temperatures to drop below normal. So, expect a chilly start to Thursday.
The mild May temperatures come to an end later this week with afternoon heat indices expected to soar into the upper 90s and into triple digits as early as Thursday. The hottest days of the week will be Friday and Saturday. Increasing moisture and instability could increase clouds and rain chances for Sunday, but areas that don't see the rain may still experience hot and humid conditions. A cold front is expected late Sunday to bring additional rain chances and cooler day for Memorial Day.
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!