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

Beginning today and lasting through Monday morning, scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will be prevalent across South Central Texas. Over the course of the weekend, off and on showers will be occurring and some locally heavy rainfall will be possible. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Dec. 3, 2016 at 1:41:11 pm CST

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The rainy pattern that started Friday will continue on through Monday. Some locally heavy amounts of 1 to 3 inches has already occurred over portions of South Central Texas. In general, rainfall totals of 1-5 inches are still expected over the 4 day period ending Monday with the higher amounts across the eastern counties. Because these amounts are expected over the next 3 days, we aren't currently expecting any widespread flood issues, but some isolated spots could see some minor impacts.
The rainy pattern continues through early Monday with a some heavy downpours possible mainly east of I-35. Precipitation chances diminish west to east on Monday as the system departs the region. Dry weather along with warmer temperatures are anticipated for Tuesday. Isolated storms will be possible across the eastern counties on Wednesday as another front moves through Texas. This front will be the coldest so far this fall season, and a freeze is likely over most areas by Friday morning.
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