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Heavy Rainfall in South Texas; Below Average Temperatures for Much of the East

Heavy rainfall is expected in extreme southern Texas into Monday; a flash-flood watch is in effect. Temperatures from the Great Lakes to the southern Plains and through much of the eastern U.S. are expected to be below to well below average. Air stagnation concerns are likely across interior portions of the Northwest through Monday, as airflow and winds remain light. Read More >

Clouds will increase through the day on Monday. While the vast majority of us will remain precipitation-free, there will be a low chance for a few showers across parts of Central Texas during the afternoon and evening hours. High temperatures will be in the 60s area-wide.
It'll be another cool night across North and Central Texas (although not quite as cool as last night). Upper-level cloud cover will be on the increase tonight and into Monday.
Rain chances will increase from southwest to northeast Tuesday as an upper level storms system approaches the area. Rainfall amounts will be light. High temperatures Tuesday will be in the 60s.
Wednesday will be cloudy, wet and cool due to the passage of an upper level storm system. Numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected. Localized heavy rainfall could also lead to some flooding issues. High temperatures Wednesday will range from the middle 50s to the lower 60s.
While we enjoy the sun and dry weather... Let's take a look at the rainfall totals from our Multi-Day rain event (October 12th -19th), and for the last 2 weeks. Many locations received over 10 inches of rain during the last two weeks and most of it fell during the October 12-19th period.

 
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