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AUSTIN, Texas — Scattered chances for showers and storms will remain in the forecast Saturday night, with the heaviest activity moving out of the area by the evening hours.
Another disturbance will move out of northeastern Mexico and into Texas early Sunday morning. This will be the focus for additional shower and storm chances for Central Texas by sunrise Sunday.
Widespread showers and storms will be in place through at least the late-morning hours on Sunday.
Some of the storms on Sunday morning could be severe. Storms producing hail, strong winds and isolated tornadoes will be possible. The severe weather threat is “Slight” or a 2 out of 5.
Because of heavy rainfall on Saturday, Flash Flooding will also be a threat on Sunday. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect through Sunday afternoon for parts of the area.
Unfortunately the greatest chance of rain will be during the Capitol 10K race.
Despite a severe weather risk, the rain is welcome news as we’re starting to see an increase in dry conditions across Central Texas with each new drought monitor update.
An Additional 1 to 3 inches of rainfall is possible through Sunday night.
Stay with KVUE for the latest updates.
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