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Forecast from Chief Meteorologist Chris Suchan

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REST OF THE DAY:
Partly sunny, 10% later rain
HIGHLIGHTS: 92 – 96
WINDS: Southeast 8-15 mph

Mostly to partly sunny with only a slight chance of rain until 10 p.m. The greatest chance for an isolated shower or storm will be in our eastern zone or the Hill Country.

TONIGHT:
30% rain late, mostly cloudy
DISADVANTAGES: Mid-70s
WINDS: SO 6 – 12 miles per hour

Another storm complex could move into our area, starting in the Hill Country and then moving toward the I-35 corridor as it weakens. Not all computer models account for this complex, so there is some uncertainty, but it’s worth watching, especially after a wave of storms starting Monday.

TUESDAY:
Mix of sun and clouds, 30% rain
HIGHLIGHTS: 93 – 97
WINDS: Southeast 5-10 miles per hour

There is a chance of a shower or thunderstorm in the morning as a weakening complex develops early in the day. Otherwise it will be partly sunny with a chance of a shower or thunderstorm later in the day.

WEDNESDAY:
Mix of sun and clouds, 20% rain
HIGHLIGHTS: 92 – 96
WINDS: SO 5-10 miles per hour

On Wednesday there will still be isolated to isolated rain chances with temperatures around 35 degrees.

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