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AUSTIN (KXAN) — A handful of ingredients are coming together to bring a second round of scattered rain and the threat of severe thunderstorms to Central Texas tonight. Storms are already firing up in the Hill Country and pushing eastward.
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A 2 out of 5 “slight risk” of severe weather is in place across much of the area, with quarter size hail, 60+ mph thunderstorm wind gusts, and even an isolated tornado possible.
Make sure you have multiple ways to receive weather warnings on Monday should one be issued for your area. These include wireless emergency alerts enabled through your cell carrier, watching KXAN on television, and the KXAN Weather App with location settings enabled.
Main round of storms
Our main line of thunderstorms continue to develop out in the Hill Country and are quickly moving eastward towards the Austin-Metro area at about 40 mph. This will bring the most significant severe risk of the day with damaging winds and isolated tornadoes possible along the leading edge of storms.
While heavy thunderstorms may produce over 1″ of rain in some isolated areas, many will see far less rainfall than that, and some neighborhoods may unfortunately remain dry.
While this first storm system may disappoint some in terms of rainfall totals, a second storm later this work week could produce widespread rain totals near 1″.
Behind tonight’s cold front, autumn weather returns Tuesday and Wednesday with sunshine, mild days and brisk nights. High temperatures will be cooler than normal on Tuesday, only reaching the 70s.
Stay with the KXAN First Warning Weather team as we continue to track the storm.