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Periods of Heavy Rainfall Possible This Weekend; May Produce Minor Flooding...

Today through Monday morning, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will be prevalent across South Central Texas. Over the course of the next 36 hours, off and on showers will be occurring and some locally heavy rainfall will be possible. A flash flood threat will continue for portions of South Central Texas. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 4, 2016 at 10:16:11 am CST

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A chilly rain will continue for much of today and tonight with additional rounds of thunderstorms possible. Some storms could produce additional heavy downpours and localized flooding.
A flash flood watch remains in effect through 6 am Monday morning for the counties shaded in green. Additional rainfall accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are possible through Monday morning. Already saturated soils will mean any additional rainfall will quickly runoff into poor drainage areas as well as nearby creeks, streams and rivers.
The rainy pattern finally comes to an end during the day Monday. A period of mild and mostly dry weather is expected Monday night through Wednesday morning with some scattered showers developing in the advance of a cold front during the day Wednesday. The front should push through the area by late Wednesday with the coldest air so far this fall season to follow the front. Much of South Central Texas should expect to see a freeze by Friday morning, which will be first of the season for many locations.
What's the difference between a watch, advisory, and a warning when it comes to flooding or flash flooding? This infographic explains!