Heavy rain and flooding issues near southern Williamson County. Take it easy out there.
Showers and even some storms will continue as we progress into the evening hours:
Umbrella/rain jacket a good idea for evening plans. Outdoor events look shaky.
Elsewhere in the realm of our weather…it will continue to be cloudy this evening. And cooler. AND drier (in terms of humidity).
This should get you in the October spirit.
Friday – Early Birds: 55°, High: 61°
Drizzles and some showers are likely overnight into the morning hours.
We’ll have a chilly (subjective) and rainy start tomorrow, with pesky showers continuing to mess hair up, etc:
Looks like out-the-door temps will be in the upper 50°s.
There’s no nice way to say this, so I’ll just say it. More off and on rain is likely tomorrow.
Models keep showers around from morning until afternoon:
Good news: it will still be cooler, with highs only in the low 60°s.
Saturday – Early Birds: 52°, High: 61°
The upper-level disturbance will be moving away, but our rain chances will linger for one more day…
The upper low will be trying to move off to our SE by Saturday, but it will still be spitting some showers our way.
Tailgates/games could get wet here and there.
A lot of how much rain we get and when depends on where the upper-low decides to wander tomorrow and Saturday. We’ll keep you in the know.
A Look at Category 3 Hurricane Joaquin this morning:
Extended: Looking Better Through the End of the Weekend
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