Live Blog: Scattered showers, cooler temperatures move into Central Texas

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Photo of someone standing in the rain with an umbrella in Austin

Heavy rain moves into CTX on Nov. 3 (KXAN Photo/Todd Bynum)

CENTRAL TEXAS (KXAN) — Rain and cooler temperatures have moved into the Central Texas area Wednesday morning. A cold front has brought chilly temperatures and wet weather.

Scattered showers are expected to be on and off throughout the day, with up to 2-inches of rain possible.

5:30 p.m. — Photos of cloud formation sent in by viewer

11:30 a.m. — Lightning strike causes LISD phone lines to stop working

Lexington ISD says a lightning strike has caused the LISD phones lines to stop working properly.

The district says some calls have been connecting, but others have not.

10 a.m. — Traffic signal issues due to the storm

ATX Transportation said there are multiple traffic signals across the city that are flashing red or dark due to the weather.

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9:30 a.m. — St. John’s testing site closes due to weather

The St. John’s Testing Site, which offers free COVID-19 testing, is closed on Nov. 3 due to weather.

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