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Scattered Showers and Storms...

We have another chance of scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms on Monday as a stalled out frontal boundary hangs out nearby.  The best chance will happen during the afternoon and early evening, during the hottest part of the day, and then weaken as the sun sets.    

Thanks to the front, some clouds, rain cooled air and northeast winds, temperatures on Sunday were comfortable with highs in the 80s to near 90 degrees.  Both Austin locations recorded a high of 90 degrees and Austin-Mabry picked up 0.02" of rain.  

Overnight, clouds will take over again with light east to northeast winds and temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s.  

Current Temperatures: 

Rain stays in the forecast through Tuesday, and rain totals may average between 0.50 to 1.50 inches. There's still a lot of rich, tropical moisture in place, so it won't be out of the question for slow moving storms to produce more than a few inches of rain in a short amount of time. Please make sure you have a way to get weather alerts! Flood Advisories might be issued, and you'll need to monitor your travel. 

Sunshine and drier weather will take over mid week as High pressure moves in.  This will heat us back up into the low to mid 90s during the afternoon and the mid 70s during the morning hours.  Check out all the details on your  7 Day Forecast.

Enduring The Heat...  Central Texas continues to see new residents, some from parts of the country that don't normally see the heat felt here.  They would appreciate knowing safety tips like if they're working or playing outdoors to take frequent breaks.  Heat exhaustion or, worse, heat stroke, will sometimes arrive with little or no working.  

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your night. 

Meteorologist Mary Wasson