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Overall a Tranquil Late September

Overall it's a tranquil late September with just a few hazards across the U.S. There may be locally heavy rain with possible flooding across the central Plains and from parts of Texas into the Lower Mississippi Valley. It will be warm with above normal temperatures from the Upper Mississippi Valley to the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. A powerful storm will be located in the Bering Sea near Alaska. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Sep. 28, 2021 at 6:15:34 pm CDT

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A cluster of storms to our west should merge into a line of storms and move through the area tonight from west to east. The heaviest rain should be across Central Texas in the early morning hours and may lead to localized minor flooding.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible across areas generally near and east of I-35 in the morning on Wednesday. Chances will continue to shift further east throughout the day as the system responsible for the rain progresses through the area. Additional showers and storms will be possible across western North & Central Texas in the afternoon as a dryline approaches from the west. Severe weather is not anticipated, but there is a potential for strong storms with gusty winds.
The wet pattern continues for North and Central TX with daily rain chances through Sunday. At this time the best and most widespread chances are expected on Friday and Saturday. Locally heavy rain will be possible which could result in some flooding especially late in the week. The clouds and rain chances will keep our temperatures near or slightly below normals with highs in the mid 70s to mid 80s.

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