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Wet Wednesday likely across much of Texas

This computer model is indicating that central Texas could see .25 inch to .50 inch of rain by Thursday night.
This computer model is indicating that central Texas could see .25 inch to .50 inch of rain by Thursday night.
NCEP/NOAA/NWS

Discussion

An upper level disturbance, currently located over southern Arizona, will move eastward and bring sufficient moisture and lift to Texas beginning on Wednesday morning. Scattered to numerous rain showers will develop and move across the region Wednesday through Thursday morning as the disturbance moves through. Rainfall totals will likely average around .25 inch, but some lucky areas could get over .50 inch of rain by Thursday night. Dry weather will return on Friday, with a mostly sunny and warm weekend expected across Texas. The long range computer models are indicating that a storm system could bring a heavy rain event to the region in about 8 to 10 days. I will be watching this closely and will keep you updated!

Forecast

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with rain likely. High: 64, Low: 50.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of rain. High: 79, Low: 60.

Friday: Partly sunny and warm. High: 85, Low: 63.

Saturday: Partly cloudy. High: 78, Low: 56.

Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: 78, Low: 53.

Monday: Partly cloudy. High: 79, Low: 56.