A large storm system made it's way across Central Texas on Sunday night and early Monday morning. We saw several severe storms along with two confirmed tornadoes in Williamson County. These touched down around midnight near Thrall, TX, and they have been given a preliminary rating of EF-2 with winds between 111 - 135 mph.
We also saw some flooding rain with several totals over 2.00"+.
2.46" Dripping Springs 8 W
2.20" Lago Vista
2.11" Liberty Hill
1.99" Pedernales Falls State Park
1.85" Oak Hill
Temperatures on Monday were in the upper 50s during the morning and the upper 60s/low 70s in the afternoon.
A cold front arrives overnight with another dose of dry air. Dry air cools and heats rapidly so look for highs Tuesday to reach a range of 75 to 80 with a northwest wind between 10-15 mph. It will get even warmer on Wednesday and Thursday (into the 80s) before another dry cold front swings in with near normal temperatures by Saturday.
Check out all the details on your 7 Day Forecast.
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