AUSTIN (KXAN) — A second round of rain and thunderstorms started in the Hill Country between 9 and 10 a.m. advancing southeast into the metro area between 11 a.m. and noon. By early this afternoon much of the rain was dissipating in intensity in areas east to south of Austin.
Several reporting stations have reached more than 1.00″ with a few measuring more than 2.00″:
2.83″ Marble Falls 14 ESE
2.56″ Cypress Creek near Cypress Mill
2.17″ Dripping Springs 8 W
As a result of these downpours a FLOOD ADVISORY was in effect for far SW Williamson, W Travis, NW Hays, SE Burnet and NE Blanco Cos. through 2:45 p.m.
The storms will weaken during the day but redevelop again tomorrow afternoon with the heating of the atmosphere. A few thunderstorms will continue during the evening followed by scattered showers Wednesday.
A ridge of upper-level high pressure will influence the late-week weather with a dry forecast Thursday through Saturday. The influence of the sea breeze from the coast could bring a few showers/thunderstorms to areas east of I-35 late Sunday afternoon.
Afternoon temperatures Tuesday to Sunday are expected to peak in mostly the lower half of the 90s. Most lows will average the lower to middle 70s.
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