Hopefully the rain did not ruin your Mother's Day plans. This round is moving out of Central Texas as of Sunday evening. We are tracking several more rounds of storms that will impact us over the next few days. Main focus for this discussion will be the severe weather risk on Monday.
In the morning Monday, a few showers will be possible as what is left of the storms out west roll through. At this time, we are not expecting anything severe. By the afternoon, a dry line will be pushing in from the west and will set up just west of the I-35 corridor. As temperatures climb into the upper 80s, isolated storms are expected to develop right along the boundary. However, we will have a cap in the atmosphere, a layer of warm air aloft, which will fight to keep clouds from bubbling into storms. If the cap wins, we see nothing. If the cap loses, severe storms will be more likely.
The area of greatest concern is east of I-35. Storms here will be capable of producing isolated tornadoes, large hail, and damaging winds.
Have a plan of action for this evening if severe storms threaten! You can depend on the First Alert 25 weather team to keep you ahead of the storms.