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Rain and Ongoing Flood Concerns in Texas

Pockets of moderate to heavy rain will persist in Texas and possibly extend into the weekend. Gulf of Mexico moisture continues to overrun a stationary front to produce waves of precipitation. The most vulnerable location is the saturated Hill Country in central Texas. A secondary area of heavy rainfall is also expected along the southern and central Texas Gulf Coast. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Oct. 19, 2018 at 2:33:43 am CDT

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An upper storm system will move across the central part of the country on Friday. The system will bring rains to the region beginning tonight and ending Friday night from northwest to southeast. Rainfall amounts are not expected to be heavy enough to cause any appreciable flooding issues.
Here is the official winter weather outlook. Most of the area has a higher likelihood of seeing warmer than normal conditions with no strong signals for precipitation. Please keep in mind that these are seasonal average expectations, and short term deviations are highly probable.
.Tonight...Mostly cloudy. Chance of rain showers. Lows 43 to 55.
.Sat...Sunny. Highs 62 to 72.
.Sat-Night...Clear, colder. Lows 32 to 48.
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