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Rain and Ongoing Flood Concerns in Texas

While the weather pattern remains locked in place and most of the country is tranquil, pockets of heavy rainfall continue to impact the state of Texas, especially in the Hill Country. Gulf of Mexico and Tropical Eastern Pacific moisture continues to overrun a stationary front to produce organized rain and localized flooding. Unfortunately, additional rain is anticipated through Friday for Texas. Read More >

Expect light rain to continue through the afternoon. The main area of showers will stay to our west, but occasional moderate rain will be possible. Minor flooding issues will continue. The good news is that we will have a break from the rain during the overnight hours.
Mostly cloudy and cool weather is in store across the region again today with light to occasionally moderate rain expected. The best rain chances will be across the western counties, which is also where the coolest conditions will be. Afternoon high temperatures will range from the upper 40s in the west to the upper 50s in the northeast. Winds will be out of the north around 10 MPH.
Here's a summary of our NWS Damage Survey for the thunderstorms that produced tornadoes and wind damage on Saturday, October 13th. There were 3 confirmed tornadoes: one EF-0 in Ellis County and two tornadoes (one EF-0 and one EF-1) in Hill County. There was also confirmed wind damage in Limestone County. For the month of October, we have confirmed 5 tornadoes, ranking the month #11 for total number of tornadoes in October (so far). For the Fall 2018 season (September, October, and November), there have been more confirmed tornadoes (5) than the Spring 2018 season (March, April, and May), which totaled 3 tornadoes.

 
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