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Additional Heavy Rain in the Southwest into Sodden Texas, Spreading East This Week

An upper trough tapping into tropical moisture will continue producing locally heavy rain from the Southwest and Four Corners into Texas. Willa remnants deepen across Texas on Wednesday forming into a coastal low that is forecast to move slowly eastward into the Florida Panhandle later this week. Meanwhile, a system in the Northeast may produce several inches of snow across portions of Maine. Read More >

Overview

A line of strong to severe thunderstorms moved east across the region on the evening of Friday, August 25, 2017. The line produced isolated hail up to the size of ping pong balls, along with areas of damaging winds up to 60 mph. In addition to the severe weather, many areas received more than 1 inch of rainfall, with numerous reports in excess of 2 inches.

Loop of radar reflectivity between 6 pm and midnight Friday evening, as a line of storms pushed across the region.
Loop of radar reflectivity between 6 pm and midnight Friday evening.
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