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Last Map Update: Wed, Aug. 23, 2017 at 5:02:13 am CDT

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Another hot day is in store with highs ranging from the lower 90s in the Hill Country to the upper 90s along the Rio Grande. Scattered showers and storms will be possible across much of the area. Some of the stronger storms could produce gusty winds.
Mostly clear skies are expected across the area this evening with scattered clouds forming late tonight across the coastal plains. Overnight lows are expected to the reach the lower 70s across the Hill Country and mid to upper 70s over the rest of the region.
Isolated to Scattered showers and storms are possible over mainly northern and eastern portions of South Central Texas Wednesday. Rain chances will increase further on Thursday as a weakening frontal system settles over the area and a tropical system approaches the western Gulf. We are monitoring the remnants of what was Tropical Storm Harvey, currently located over the Yucatan Peninsula. Conditions are favorable for re-development into a tropical cyclone over the next 5 days. There remains considerable uncertainty on where this system will track through the southwest Gulf of Mexico but it does appear that the Texas coast may be impacted. If moisture from the system makes it up into South Central Texas there will be a potential for heavy rainfall Friday through Sunday. Check back frequently through the week for updates.
We are monitoring the remnants of what was Tropical Storm Harvey, currently located across the Yucatan. There are high chances of redevelopment back into a tropical cyclone today or tonight and should impact Texas Friday through the weekend. There is a potential for heavy rainfall and winds across South Central Texas for Friday through 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.