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Sunday Evening: Isolated showers and thunderstorms possible. Low temps in the mid 70's. Winds: S 5-15 mph.
Monday: Back to hot and dry. Winds S 5-15 mph. High: 98
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Isolated Storms This Week
Monday May 5th, 2015
We'll start the week off just as fantastic as this weekend. Mainly sunny skies with highs int he mid 80s -- can't beat it. I am beginning to see a bit of cloud cover/moisture returning to the area. All this means is we'll have the humidity levels bump back up a bit and possibly some storm coverage at some point this week. I'll still keep temperatures in the mid 80s through next weekend.
Today we'll see showers sliding in from west Texas. This may propagate as far east as the Hill Country. I'm only going to give us a 10% chance of an isolated shower today and, honestly, Mason/Gillespie counties are really the only areas that may see something brew. Later in the week we'll see more of those chances slide east. The best day for Austin to see some action will be on Wednesday. We'll have some storms slide to our north near Waco but we may get some of that in our territory as well. I'm going to put us under a 30% chance to see storm development. Other than that, the rest of the week stays below 30% chances until we arrive towards the weekend. Sunday it looks as though we may get something heavy nearby. As for now, we'll keep it on our radar -- pun intended.
Looking at some of our statistical numbers over the last 30 years...May has the largest annual rainfall numbers for the entire year. It sits near 4.5". May, June & October are our wettest months so hopefully this month doesn't disappoint.
Have a great week!
Meteorologist Jordan Steele
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