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Last Map Update: Wed, Feb. 21, 2018 at 3:24:13 am CST

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Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible this evening under mild conditions before widespread showers and thunderstorms develop overnight along a strong cold front. Northerly wind gusts will increase up to 20-25 mph and temperatures will rapidly decrease behind the front into the 40s, while locations ahead of the front will have lows in the 60s with southerly 5-10 mph winds.
Additional expected rainfall of 1-2 inches with isolated 3-4 inch totals are expeted tonight through Wednesday afternoon mainly north and east of an Burnet to San Marcos to Halletsville line. Rainfall amounts should generally remain below 2 inches south and west of that line, decreasing to around a quarter of an inch along the Rio Grande Plains. Localized flooding will be possible as some of the higher rainfall amounts may fall over a shorter period of time.
Numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected to continue Wednesday with locally heavy rainfall possible. A cold front moving through the area Wednesday will eventually result in slightly reduced rain chances and cooler temperatures for Thursday. Overrunning lighter rain will remain possible Thursday, then scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible after the front weakens Friday. Slightly drier conditions could build into the area by Sunday, especially over western counties.