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Last Map Update: Sat, Apr. 20, 2024 at 2:47:31 pm CDT

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Isolated severe storms will be possible this afternoon and tonight across South-Central Texas. The primary severe weather hazards will include large hail and damaging winds. While not all storms become severe, storm coverage will be numerous across the region and could produce locally heavy rainfall and isolated flooding concerns.
With locally heavy rain possible tomorrow, isolated flooding may occur. Always have a way to receive weather warnings and never drive into flooded roadways or around barricades!
Isolated to widely scattered showers and thunderstorms mainly over the Edwards Plateau, western Hill Country, and Coastal Plains will become widespread over all areas as the afternoon progresses. Heavy rains and a few strong to severe storms are possible later this afternoon. Flooding, large hail, and gusty winds are the main threats. Cooler high temperatures ranging from the upper 60s north to mid 80s south can be expected.
Shower and thunderstorm chances will continue overnight with the heaviest rainfall expected across eastern areas. A few storms could also be strong to severe with hail and damaging wind gusts.
Fair weather prevails Sunday through much of next week. Well below normal temperatures on Sunday into Monday warm to above normal later in the week.