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Last Map Update: Tue, May. 17, 2022 at 10:43:02 pm CDT

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Mild overnight lows continue, with partly cloudy skies expected. Winds will be out of the south around 5-10 mph, with breezy conditions and higher gusts at times.
Summer-like conditions will continue through Friday, with highs in the upper 90s and 100s. Some slight chances for showers and storms are possible late Friday evening across the Hill Country and possibly into the I-35 corridor. A cold front may provide slightly better chances for precipitation late Saturday afternoon and evening. "Cooler" temperatures are forecast on Sunday behind the front with a continued chance of a few isolated showers or thunderstorms.
A deadly tornado outbreak occurred on May 27, 1997 across Central Texas. Storms that afternoon and evening produced 20 tornadoes, including a violent F5 tornado that struck Jarrell, Texas. To mark the 25 year remembrance of this tornado outbreak we would like to hear your stories of that day and the days that followed - stories of survival, tragedy, loss, search & rescue, and recovery. Stories will be included on a new webpage for the event. Visit https://arcg.is/1XfeKe0 to share a story.