Monday, MAY 2nd, 2016
ISOLATED STORMS MONDAY EARLY:
As we jump into the month of May we're starting the first week with a few isolated storms. Some of these storms this early Monday have produced small hail. I'm seeing most of this activity wind down by mid day and shift eastward. We'll start off with cloud cover this morning and end the day with some sunshine. Highs will be cool, similar to Sunday. We'll top out near 70 give or take a few degrees.
SUNNY AND NICE WEEK AHEAD:
After a few storms this morning, we're clearing out and drying up. Our temperatures should be fantastic and it's likely we'll see plenty of sunshine. I have highs in the 70s through tomorrow, then back to the low to mid 80s for the rest of the week. Another week to get outside if you can. I'm keeping sunshine in your forecast through Saturday.
NEXT RAIN CHANCE
It looks like we may see something develop by the second half of your weekend. Confidence is low so I'm only keeping about a 30% chance of storms but if the forecast stays on track, we may see some wet weather return a week from today.
Lake Travis is at 103% while Lake Buchanan sits at 94%. LCRA has no flood gate operation in effect right now. Combined storage is at 99%. Check the levels here: http://hydromet.lcra.org/riverreport/report.aspx
Enjoy your week ahead.
Meteorologist Jordan Steele
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