65
      Monday
      73 / 62
      Tuesday
      76 / 57
      Wednesday
      82 / 56

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      THUNDERSTORMS MOVE OUT:

      Serious strong to severe thunderstorms ran through the I35 corridor early Saturday morning. Some of these produced very large hail up to baseballs just southwest of Blanco, and wind gusts all across the corridor of 70-80mph! That's equivalent to weak tornadoes!

      Check out wind damage reports - including 2 737's damaged at ABIA and winds gusting to 75 mph at Camp Swift. https://nwschat.weather.gov/lsr/#EWX/201604292115/201604301200/0101

      ABIA picked up 1.10" rain (record daily amount) while Camp Mabry picked up 0.92". Check rain reports from the LCRA here: http://hydromet.lcra.org/full.aspx

      ATXFloods.com had 40 closures on Saturday morning (several new ones in Bastrop County). Flash Flood risk is very low, but as always, if you see a flooded roadway, remember, Turn Around Don't Drown. Check the status of roads here: http://bit.ly/atxfloods


      ISOLATED STORMS SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY/MONDAY NIGHT:

      Our next chance of rain arrives late Sunday. Very isolated storms could pop-up, but if they do, one or two might be strong. The Storm Prediction Center has us in the Marginal risk for severe activity, should anything pop up late Sunday. Monday looks to be the better chance but severe chances are not likely. Scattered showers and storms are possible across the region and another 1-2 inches of rain is certainly in play. These look to die out by Monday evening, as it stands right now.

      Sunday: AM sun, PM clouds, Isolated shower or stray strong storm-30% chance. Highs near 82.

      Monday: Cloudy, rain likely, scattered, weaker showers and storms-60% chance. Highs near 72.


      LAKE LEVELS

      Lake Travis fell is at 103% & slowly falling while Lake Buchanan continues a slow rise at 94%. Combined storage is at 99%. Check the levels here: http://hydromet.lcra.org/riverreport/report.aspx


      ALLERGY UPDATE

      Friday's mold count was moderate along with pecan and grass stayed in the low range. Get the latest allergy report from Allergy & Asthma Associates here: https://twitter.com/atxpollen


      -Collin

      Meteorologist Collin Myers

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      Today's Record Temperatures

      Record High102
      F
      Record Low42
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