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Sunday Evening: Isolated showers and thunderstorms possible. Low temps in the mid 70's. Winds: S 5-15 mph.
Monday: Back to hot and dry. Winds S 5-15 mph. High: 98
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Locally Heavy Rain and Flooding Still Possible
Most of the strong storms are moving south of the KEYE viewing area now. However, with tropical moisture from the remnants of Odile to our west and moisture from the Gulf of Mexico will continue to supply the fuel needed for more storms to trigger today and tomorrow.
A FLASH FLOOD WATCH for Llano, Burnet, Travis, Williamson, Thorndale, Lee, Bastrop, and Fayette County until 7pm tonight.
Since, we've already seen flooded rivers and roads, any rain we pick up today will likely cause more flooding, so be cautious on the roads and don't drive through flooded areas.
Remnants of Odile and moisture from the Gulf will continue to bring a chance for rain through the weekend. We will finally dry out a bit next week, but a cold front moving through will trigger another chance for rain through the middle of next week, along with a slight cool down.
TODAY: 74 AM / 87 PM | Mostly cloudy (40% chance showers/thunderstorms)
FRIDAY: 73 AM / 89 PM | Mostly cloudy (40% chance showers/thunderstorms)
SATURDAY: 72 AM / 90PM | Partly cloudy (20% chance showers/thunderstorms)
SUNDAY: 74 AM / 91 PM | Partly cloudy (20% chance showers/thunderstorms)
Stay safe and enjoy the rain -Allison
Meteorologist Allison Miller
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