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Thunderstorms and Heavy Rain for Texas

A slow moving system will produce strong to severe thunderstorms and heavy to excessive rainfall across Texas with isolated large hail, damaging winds and localized flooding possible. These hazards will gradually spread into parts of adjacent states of Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma by midweek. Meanwhile, most of the country will see above average high temperatures for the rest of the week. Read More >

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