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Last Map Update: Wed, Jun. 29, 2022 at 11:05:23 pm CDT

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A weak tropical disturbance will slowly work northward through the end of the week. Regardless of whether or not it develops into a Tropical Depression, it will bring increased chances for rain along the TX coast, including the potential for locally heavy rain. In our area, rain chances will mainly remain across the Coastal Plains, but amounts are expected to be mainly less than one inch. A reasonable worst case scenario of an isolated 3-6" rainfall total is possible primarily for DeWitt and Lavaca Counties.
There is a chance for an isolated shower or storm across our southeastern areas this evening, otherwise expect a seasonal night with mostly clear skies.
Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms continue over mainly eastern areas Thursday through Saturday. We'll get a break from the triple digits for most of this week, but temperatures will begin to heat up Sunday into the beginning of next week with rain chances dwindling.