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TTR WEATHER UPDATE for COLORADO, JACKSON, and WHARTON Counties from the National Weather Service Houston – Galveston.

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Here’s a quick update on the forecast for tonight. Thunderstorms remain possible for parts of the region from this evening into Tuesday morning as a cold front approaches from the north. Some of the thunderstorms may be strong to severe and capable of large hail, damaging winds, and locally heavy rainfall. Areas north of a Brenham to Groveton line have the best potential to see severe weather and/or locally heavy rain during this time.

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There is the potential for thunderstorms to develop into a larger complex later tonight and move south towards the Gulf, with best rain chances occurring west of the Brazos River if this happens. We have also included an updated outlook for river flooding for concerned parties.

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Links

NWS Houston/Galveston Webpage: www.weather.gov/houston

AHPS Webpage: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=hgx

Melissa Huffman & Charles Roeseler
NWS Houston

TTR WEATHER UPDATE for CALHOUN, GOLIAD, and VICTORIA COUNTY, from the National Weather Service in Corpus Christi.

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Strong to Severe Thunderstorms to Develop Late Tonight through Tuesday Morning

Timing and Overview:
A cold front currently pushing through North Texas is expected to stall across Central Texas this evening. As this boundary stalls, shower and thunderstorm activity is expected to increase in coverage and push farther south into South Texas. These storms are expected to move into an environment more conducive for the development of isolated strong to severe thunderstorms. At this time, the biggest threats these storms may produce are strong damaging winds and large hail greater than 1 inch. However, isolated tornadoes can not be ruled out. We anticipate that shower and thunderstorm activity will enter South Texas roughly after midnight across the northern areas of South Texas, including the cities of Cotulla, Beeville and Victoria, and then move slowly southward Tuesday morning across areas from near Laredo to the Texas coast. There still remains uncertainty with regard to the timing and position of shower and thunderstorm activity this evening through Tuesday morning.
South Texas Impacts:
Winds: 60+ mph
Hail: Large hail 1+ inch

Tornadoes: Isolated tornadoes possible, although main concerns are the wind and hail threat.

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Additional Information Resources:
NWS Corpus Christi Webpage: www.weather.gov/corpuschristi
Storm Prediction Center: www.spc.noaa.gov/
Online Severe Weather Reporting: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/StormReport/SubmitReport.php?site=crp

Sincerely,
Christina Barron
NWS Corpus Christi, TX

TTR WEATHER UPDATE for COLORADO, JACKSON, and WHARTON Counties from the National Weather Service Houston Galveston.

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Thunderstorms will be possible for parts of the region Monday afternoon and evening as well as late Monday night into Tuesday morning as a cold front approaches the region. Some of the thunderstorms Monday afternoon and evening may be strong to severe, with the main thunderstorm threat transitioning to locally heavy rain Monday night. Areas north of a Brenham to Groveton line have the best potential to see severe weather and/or locally heavy rain during this time.

Forecast confidence for Monday night is low as what happens Monday afternoon and evening will play a direct role in how thunderstorms behave Monday night.

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Links
NWS Houston/Galveston Webpage: www.weather.gov/houston

AHPS Webpage: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=hgx

Melissa Huffman & Charles Roeseler
NWS Houston

TTR Weather Update for De Witt, Fayette, Gonzales, and Lavaca Counties from National Weather Service Austin – San Antonio.

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Locally Heavy Rainfall Possible over Portions of South Central Texas late this Afternoon through Tuesday…

Area of Concern:

Greatest risk across the Hill Country and into the I-35 corridor (including both Austin and San Antonio metro areas). It is also possible for some of the higher rainfall totals to extend into parts of the southern Edwards Plateau and Rio Grande.

Threats & Impacts:

Rainfall: 1-3 inches of rainfall possible across the Hill Country and I-35 corridor. Isolated pockets 5 to 7 inches are possible across the Hill Country and areas along and west of Interstate 35 (Black outlined area in graphic). Some locations across this area could experience flash flooding of small streams, creeks, and low water crossings. The rainfall could result in localized minor to moderate river flooding.

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Timing and Overview:

A cold front will interact with abundant moisture to produce a high chance for showers and storms across the region late this afternoon through Tuesday morning. Our confidence have increased on higher rainfall amounts and timing of heaviest rain as latest Hi-Res models are in fair agreement on the potential for locally heavy rain. The time frame for heaviest rain is expected to occur from 7 pm this evening through 7 am Tuesday.

Confidence:

Moderate to High

Additional Information Resources:
NWS Austin / San Antonio Webpage: http://www.weather.gov/sanantonio
Online Flood Reporting: http://www.srh.noaa.gov/StormReport/SubmitReport.php?site=EWX
Sign up to be Rainfall Observer: http://cocorahs.org/Application.aspx
AHPS River Forecasts: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=ewx
Sincerely,

Orlando Bermudez, Jared Allen, and Brett Williams

NWS Austin / San Antonio

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