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Last Map Update: Sun, Feb. 18, 2018 at 2:20:14 pm CST

National Weather Service San Angelo, TXNational Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TXNational Weather Service Shreveport, LA
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National Weather Service Houston/Galveston, TX
National Weather Service Brownsville/Rio Grande Valley, TXNational Weather Service Corpus Christi, TX

Temperatures will be mild today with highs slightly above seasonal normals for mid-February. Patchy light rain and drizzle will continue over much of the area with rainfall amounts mainly a few hundredths of an inch or less. A disturbance lifting northeast from the Big Bend into North Central Texas will bring Scattered moderate showers with perhaps a few thunderstorms over parts of the Southern Edwards Plateau and Hill Country. Spotty rainfall amounts over 1/4 inch are possible over these areas.
Heads up for Tuesday and Wednesday: A potent system will sweep across Texas next Tuesday and Wednesday bringing multiple rounds of rain and a risk for some heavy rainfall totals and strong storms. 2-day rainfall totals from Tuesday through Wednesday could be in the 1 to 3 inch range with isolated higher totals around 4 inches possible. This could bring a threat for localized flooding. Small hail and gusty winds may also develop in the stronger storms. Stay tuned for updates on this event, as thunderstorm hazards may need to be adjusted between now and Tuesday morning.
Above normal temperatures continue Monday as increasing instability increases the chance of rain late. 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 and produce heavy rain. Behind Wednesday's front, slightly below normal temperatures are expected late in the week, and an unstable weather pattern will continue into next weekend.