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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 >

As moisture pushes towards the region, rain chances and cloud cover will begin to increase, especially across Central Texas. Lows will be in the upper 40s to mid 50s.
Widespread rainfall is expected on Wednesday. Rain will be light to moderate at times with rain totals ranging between 1/2" along the Red River Valley to near 2" across the Brazos Valley. Flooding of creeks, small streams and rivers will be possible. Turn around, don't drown if you come across flooded roadways.
On Wednesday night, the highest rain chances will shift across the southern and eastern counties. Up to half an inch, with isolated higher amounts, are possible along and south of the I-20 corridor. Flooding of creeks, streams, and rivers will be possible.
Rain-free conditions are expected for the remainder of the work week and weekend! Clouds will linger on Thursday before becoming mostly sunny through the weekend. Highs will be in the upper 60s to mid to upper 70s across the region.

 
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