We still have a chance for showers and storms in the forecast today.  The severe threat is looking much lower this afternoon and evening, but that doesn’t mean we can’t see a heavy storm that produces some heavy rain.  Flash Flooding threat will be here into the weekend.

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Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

More storm chances in the forecast today and tonight and some of those storms could be strong with hail, damaging winds and heavy rain.

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Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

The highest risk of severe weather will not be over Central Texas today.  We could see a few storms in our Western Counties this afternoon, but it won’t be anything compared to what we had to deal with yesterday.

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Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

We are looking at a marginal risk of severe weather for Central Texas today.  Temperatures will be in the low to mid 70s this afternoon with an 80% chance for storms.  All of the risks will be possible.  Hail, damaging winds, heavy rain and isolated tornadoes.


Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

Showers and storms have been moving through the Red River Valley all morning.  Those storms are going to push some energy to help generate showers and storms over our area later today.  This is a change in the forecast.  Yesterday it looked like Central and North Central Texas would be quiet this morning.  Now that these storms have developed it has changed what we can expect today.  Heavy rain, hail and damaging winds will all be possible with our storms today and tonight.

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Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

Right when you walk out the door this morning you can feel that strong humidity.  This will be fuel for our storm chances today…and with so much of this fuel available there will be another chance for flash flooding for the entire area.  Here is the very latest.

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Our far western counties are already under a Flash Flood Watch for the the entire morning and afternoon.  I have a feeling some other counties will be added to this watch later this morning.

Meteorologist Patrick Crawford


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