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Last Map Update: Fri, May. 26, 2017 at 5:46:14 pm CDT

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Under sunny skies, above normal temperatures are expected across South Central Texas. High temperatures will range from around the low 90s near the Coastal Plains to the upper 90s to 102 degrees along the Rio Grande. A more humid airmass will move into our area leading to heat index values approaching 102-112 for locations in the southwest CWA where a heat advisory is in effect.
Strong flow form the Gulf will continue tonight bringing mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will continue to be very warm with lows ranging from the middle 70s to near 80.
Strong to severe storms will be possible for most locations across the area on Sunday. Large hail and damaging winds will be in the main threats.
Several rounds of rain will be possible Sunday through Mid-week. The highest potential for the heavier rain, near 1-3 inches with isolated higher amounts will be across the western counties. Slightly lesser amounts can be expected in the eastern areas.
It will be hot and humid again Saturday afternoon. Heat indices will be above 100 degrees across most of the area and above 105 along and south of I-35/Hwy 90. Be careful if you're outdoors.
Hot, well above normal temperatures, and humid conditions are expected on Saturday. Periods of showers and thunderstorms will begin Saturday night and continue through next week. A cold front will approach our area late Saturday and move across Sunday into Monday. Strong to severe storms are possible across northwestern areas Saturday night and area wide Sunday into Monday. Locally heavy rains are possible Sunday night into Monday with the greatest threat across western areas. Clouds and rain will keep temperatures below normal next week.
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!