Updated: 06/18/2013 10:09 PM
A cluster of storms moved through Central Texas early Tuesday morning producing some heavy rain from the Hill Country through Travis and Williamson Counties and up to Waco.
Overnight , expect clouds to move in with a slim 20% chance of rain. Winds will be light out of the south at 5 - 10 mph.
The stalled out frontal boundary will still be nearby on Wednesday and it may trigger some more isolated showers and thunderstorms. Rain chance is between 10% and 20 %. Outside of any rain chance, expect a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures heating up into the mid to upper 90s.
High pressure will strengthen aloft for the end of the week, and we are looking for a few hundreds to pop up during the weekend time frame with no mention of rainfall in the forecast. Check out all the details on your YNN 8 Day Forecast Tropical Depression #2
continues on a slow WNW track into SE Mexico with flooding being the main threat. In the short term, there could be isolated rain totals as high as 10". This storm will eventually head for Central Mexico, with likely flooding there too. It will have no impact on our weather.
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Thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful night.Meteorologist Mary Wasson