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Last Map Update: Sun, Feb. 19, 2017 at 10:30:12 am CST

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A strong upper level storm system will bring periods of showers and thunderstorms Sunday into Monday. The main focus remains Sunday afternoon through Monday morning. 1 to 2 inches of rain with isolated locations of 4-5 inches are possible along and east of the Interstate 35 & Interstate 37 corridors, with the highest amounts in the La Grange to Giddings areas. 1 inch or less is expected west of the US HWY 281 corridor, with amounts dropping to less than 1/2" along the Rio Grande. The higher rainfall amounts may cause flash flooding and a potential for river flooding. Stay tuned to later forecasts for updates on rain chances, rainfall totals, and potential flooding. A Slight risk of severe weather has expanded to most of the Hill Country and Rio Grande Plains with the main threats being strong thunderstorm winds and some hail.
Heavy Showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop late this afternoon and through out the evening mainly along and east of the US. HWY 281 Corridor. Will need to watch storms closely if they remain over the I-35 corridor this afternoon and evening. Greatest thunderstorm chances will be across central and eastern areas through Monday morning. Localized flash flooding could be possible.
An upper level storm system moves across our area on Monday. Locally heavy rains may linger across eastern areas Monday morning, then showers and thunderstorms end from west to east during the day. Fair weather and above normal temperatures are expected Tuesday through Friday.