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Tropical Depression Harvey Forms in the Bay of Campeche

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Last Map Update: Wed, Aug. 23, 2017 at 10:16:13 pm CDT

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Scattered showers and storms this evening will continue into the overnight hours. The storms are forming along a weak front that is sagging into Central Texas. Temperatures will be mild overnight.
There is a chance of rain Thursday from weakening frontal system that is settling over the area. Tropical Depression Harvey is getting better organized over the Southern Gulf of Mexico. There remains some uncertainty on where this system will track, with latest projections sending Harvey toward the middle Texas coast Friday night. Strong winds and heavy rainfall is expected to impact mainly the Coastal Prairies at this time, with heavy rainfall threats possibly expanding over the majority of South Central Texas over the weekend. Monitor the weather closely over the next few days as future updates could result in escalating hazards for your area.
Tropical Depression Harvey has formed in the Southern Gulf of Mexico and expected to move to the Northwest towards the Texas Coast. Tropical Storm and Hurricane Watches are now in effect. The storm should impact Central Texas Friday into the Weekend.
This is a look at potential rainfall totals for central Texas Friday through the weekend. It is important to note that these values will continue to change, and are highly dependent on the final track of the system. Due to the forecast slower speeds of Harvey the amounts of rainfall has increased.
Winds will be another threat from Harvey when it moves on shore Friday into the Weekend. The greatest wind threat will be along the Coastal Plains but some higher wind gusts could make it into the I- 35 corridor.