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Last Map Update: Tue, Jan. 19, 2021 at 7:28:14 pm CST

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Scattered rain showers are expected overnight as a cold front moves through South-Central Texas. A cooler night is expected with temperatures generally in the lower to middle 40s in the Hill Country and lower to middle 50s on the Coastal Plains.
Some much needed rain will focus on the western half of the region overnight and into Wednesday morning. Showers will then shift back to the east and gradually diminish Wednesday afternoon through the night. By 6am Thursday, a widespread 0.5-1+" of rain is forecast for our western areas, while locations east of I-35 will see lower amounts.
Showers will continue Wednesday across most of the area. A few isolated showers may linger for our northern areas on Thursday, with mostly cloudy skies to the south. An upper level disturbance will bring isolated showers and thunderstorms Friday morning across the east half of our area with fair weather returning in the afternoon. Additional showers are possible on Saturday, again mainly east and across the entire area on Sunday, with some thunderstorms also possible Sunday afternoon and evening.