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Last Map Update: Mon, May. 22, 2017 at 4:27:15 pm CDT

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Another round of shower and storms will be possible late tonight as a line of storms approaches from West Texas. This line is expected to weaken as it approached South Central Texas, but if it can hold together, it may still produce gusty winds up to 30 mph and some small hail, especially for areas on the Edwards Plateau and Hill Country.
One more day of possible strong to severe storms on Tuesday. Storms are expected to develop, mostly south of San Antonio, but could be as far north as Austin. These storms could produce some large hail and damaging straight line winds.
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A cold front will bring isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms on Tuesday. The passage of the front will bring an end to the rain by Wednesday with fair weather through Friday. Rain chances return to the forecast late in the weekend, but for now, remain isolated.
This week is #TexasFloodWeek! This time of the year is typically our wettest with the Memorial Day Weekend notorious for lots of rain and big floods. With South Central Texas also known as "Flash Flood Alley" it is extremely important to know how to stay safe! Here are three simple steps on how to stay safe during flash floods!