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Last Map Update: Mon, Feb. 19, 2018 at 9:55:12 pm CST

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Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible tonight north and west of a line from Eagle Pass to Medina to Burnet. Please see the separate graphic for details. Elsewhere there will be isolated to scattered thunderstorms. Temperatures will be warm with lows in the middle to upper 60s.
Strong to severe storms are possible late tonight and into the early morning hours of Tuesday, primarily for our western counties across portions of the Texas Hill Country, southern Edwards Plateau, and the Rio Grande Plains. Some large hail and strong winds are possible with these storms.
Tuesday and Wednesday: A pattern for repeated rounds of rain and storms will develop over South Central Texas. A few storms could become quite strong with hail and strong wind gusts, but the primary weather threat will be for locally heavy rainfall. Several episodes of rain are expected, beginning tonight into Tuesday morning generally west of Highway 281, then shifting to mainly along and east of I-35 from midday Tuesday through Wednesday afternoon. A cold front is expected during the day Wednesday, but rain chances will remain high north of the front. 2-day rainfall totals are expected to be in the 1 to 3 inch range over most areas with isolated higher totals around 5 inches possible north of a line from Rocksprings to Hondo to Luling to Giddings. Localized flooding will be possible, as some of the higher rainfall amounts will fall over a short period of time. Stay tuned for updates on this event, as slight adjustments may need to be made to the thunderstorm hazards now and tonight.
Multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms are expected Tuesday into Wednesday with a cold front moving through the area Wednesday. A few storms between Tuesday morning midday Wednesday could be strong to severe mainly across the western one third of the area and heavy rain along and east of Interstate 35. Behind Wednesday's front, slightly below normal temperatures are expected late in the week, and an unstable weather pattern will continue into next weekend.