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More Locally Heavy Rain On This Friday

Flash Flooding Threat Again Today

CENTRAL TEXAS (KXXV) -

Friday brings more rain to Central Texas and our potential for flooding will stay high. Make sure to stay on high alert when driving out in the elements today; make sure to slow down on slick roads, give yourself lots plenty of sudden stopping distance between you an other cars, and ultimately remember never to drive over roads with water covering them. We do have a Flash Flood Watch still in effect as well. 

As of now, here's what we are thinking on the timing: 

Morning: Some showers around, maybe a few thunderstorms here and there. Highest chance along and west of I-35.
Afternoon: Coverage should increase a bit with more showers and storms around. Locally heavy rain too. 
Tonight: Highest rain chance will be along and east of I-35. Again, locally heavy rain will be possible.  

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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