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Last Map Update: Mon, Mar. 27, 2017 at 5:27:15 pm CDT

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South Central Texas will enjoy mostly sunny skies and another warm day. High temperatures will range from the middle 80s to the lower 90s.
Overnight lows will be in the mid to upper 60's. The area will remain mostly clear with clouds gradually increasing in the early morning hours.
Severe thunderstorms will be possible beginning Tuesday evening as a strong upper level system moves across the southern United States. Large hail, damaging winds, and even some tornadoes will be possible. The most favorable conditions for severe weather will be west of Interstate 35. These storms will also be capable of producing heavy rainfall, resulting in some localized flooding.
Our severe weather this week will likely span through Wednesday as well. By daybreak, the threats should be mostly east of I-35. These storms will still carry the threat for large hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes, and locally heavy rainfall.
A strong upper level disturbance will bring a good chance of showers and thunderstorms to South Central Texas late Tuesday night and Wednesday. Strong to severe thunderstorms and locally heavy rainfall may be possible with these storms. Drier conditions will take over for Thursday into Friday, but another storm system moves into the area over the weekend. Above normal temperatures are expected over the next several days.
Severe weather is forecast this week! Have you tested your NOAA Weather Radio lately for reception? What about fresh batteries? Do so BEFORE severe weather threatens and stay weather ready!
Severe weather is forecast for South Central Texas this week! Make sure you have your Wireless Emergency Alerts enabled on your phone! They could save your life!