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Today, and the first two days of the work week ahead,  will feel more like late summer than mid-fall with temps soaring into the 80s.  Moisture will be on the return once again, so we’ll see an increase in cloud cover tomorrow, and especially on Tuesday.  So while we’ll see much warmer temps, it will […]

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Widespread rain continues to fall across the eastern half of Texas this afternoon. Meaningful rains have come to an end west of an Abilene to Brownwood to Kerrville to Pearsall. Lagging moisture has allowed scattered showers to continue across the Texas Panhandle southeast off the caprock into Northwest Texas. All of this activity will continue to […]

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Major Hurricane Willa in the eastern Pacific will make landfall later today in West-Central/Southwest Mexico, near Las Islas Marias. We in Texas will not experience any wind, surge, or associated tropical-cyclone hazards. However, the remnants of Willa (including its moisture) will surge northeast into southern parts of Texas later tonight and on Wednesday. A fairly […]

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Light to locally moderate rain will continue tonight into Tuesday afternoon across the southern half of Texas. Rains should not be heavy enough to cause widespread flooding, but given antecedent soil conditions, any rain that falls could result in river rises. Moisture from Major Hurricane Willa will result in widespread rain chances beginning tomorrow night across […]

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Flash flood watches are back in place across the Edwards Plateau, Concho Valley, Big Country, eastward into Central Texas and North Texas from Interstate 20 southward. One can also see the plethora of flood warnings in place for rivers and lakes that are into flood stage. Given antecedent soil moisture most locations across the flood watch […]

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Flash flood watches are back in place across the Edwards Plateau, Concho Valley, Big Country, eastward into Central Texas and North Texas from Interstate 20 southward. One can also see the plethora of flood warnings in place for rivers and lakes that are into flood stage. Given antecedent soil moisture most locations across the flood watch […]

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Chances for rain…and most assuredly additional flooding…continues to be the forecast highlight through the end of the work week.  Wednesday looks to be the day with the “least” amount of rainfall before a yet another period of widespread rain returns for Thursday and Friday.  For Wednesday, the areas expected to receive the heaviest rainfall will […]

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Chances for rain…and most assuredly additional flooding…continues to be the forecast highlight through the end of the work week.  Wednesday looks to be the day with the “least” amount of rainfall before a yet another period of widespread rain returns for Thursday and Friday.  For Wednesday, the areas expected to receive the heaviest rainfall will […]

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Those who have stepped outside today are well aware that we’re currently experiencing an early preview of winter temperatures. It is cold, dreary, and for some, quite wet. Yet the cold front that has now pushed through much of Texas is fairly shallow. Above the colder air in the low-levels of the atmosphere is a […]

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