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Last Map Update: Tue, Feb. 7, 2023 at 12:08:24 pm CST

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Rain chances ramp up quickly this evening as a cold front moves into the Hill Country. There could be multiple rounds of rain and storms either side of the front, and locally heavy rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches are possible generally east of Highway 281. The cold front should be through all areas by daybreak Wednesday. Lows will range from near 40 northwest to the middle 50s southeast.
The best chances to see rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches will be generally east of Highway 281, and a few areas could end up with totals over 3 inches by Wednesday afternoon.
Breezy and humid conditions announce the approach of a storm system to arrive tonight. Light showers and an isolated thunderstorm or two will be possible by this afternoon, but rain chances are expected to be considerably higher when a cold front moves into the area this evening. High temperatures will range from the mid 60s north to near 80 degrees southwest.
Locally heavy rainfall will remain possible early Wednesday, but rain chances will clear from west to east late in the day. Dry weather conditions are expected on Wednesday afternoon into Thursday and continuing through the upcoming weekend. A cold front arriving Thursday evening could lead to some areas seeing a light freeze by Friday morning and most areas getting a freeze for Saturday morning.