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Flash Flood Watch In Effect--Heavy Rain Through The Day

Rainy & Cool Thursday

CENTRAL TEXAS (KXXV) -

It is going to be a cloudy, wet, & cool Thursday across Central Texas. Rain will push in from the west this morning and become widespread by lunchtime. We will continue to see rain through the afternoon. Rain totals will range anywhere from 1-3 inches with isolated totals up to 4 inches possible. This could lead to some flooding hazards and a Flash Flood Watch is currently in effect for some of our far western and southern counties. With the clouds and the rain, temperatures will struggle to make it out of the upper 60s! The rain pushes out by tonight and Friday morning should be a lot quieter. 

Thursday Timeline

Morning:                      Mainly along and west of I-35
Midday (lunchtime):     Widespread heavy rain 
Afternoon:                    Heavy rain along and east of I-35. Few showers/storms west
Night:                           Light showers but most of the rain is done

Thursday Need-to-Know

  • Rain gear needed today
  • Heavy rain spreads west to east
  • One to Three Inches Expected, Isolated totals could be higher
  • Street Flooding Potential
  • River Flooding Potential
  • No severe storms expected

Stay weather alert and have a plan in place in the event severe weather pays your neighborhood a visit. You can depend on the First Alert 25 Weather Team to keep you ahead of the storms as they develop.  

Remember you can always download our First Alert 25 Weather App for the latest information at the palm of your hand. Apple users can download our app here and Android users can download it here. You can also livestream any of our news coverage here.

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