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Last Map Update: Tue, Jan. 17, 2017 at 8:56:11 am CST

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An upper level disturbance and an overrunning moisture pattern will bring numerous showers and a few thunderstorms across South-Central Texas for much of the day. A few strong storms could develop closer to the Texas Coastal Bend with hail being the primary threat. Localized heavier downpours over 1 inch are possible. The green shaded area indicates where most models think the heavier totals will occur. When it's not raining, look for cool and cloudy conditions with highs ranging from the low 50s North to the middle 60s Southeast.
The cool and wet overrunning pattern continues with the deeper convection expected to gradually shift east overnight. Again the green highlighted area indicates locally heavier rainfall amounts over 1 inch possible. Strong storms with mainly a threat for hail will remain posible over the Coastal Prairies. Look for low temperatures in the mid 40s to mid 50s.
Rain chances will continue through Wednesday night for much of the area and into early Thursday for parts of the Coastal Prairies. Seasonally cool conditions through Wednesday night will give way to warmer than normal conditions late in the week. Isolated storms will be possible over eastern counties from a weak disturbance Friday night into early Saturday. A cold front will bring strong west to northwest winds and much drier conditions into the region on Sunday. The breezy and dry conditions could enhance the spread of fires, especially in the abundance of fine fuels such as tall, dead grasses.