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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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Heavy rain and high winds plowed through the area overnight. We had reported winds up to 60 and 70 mph snapping trees and causing power outages across town. Rain amounts ranged from 1-2 inches generally & Flash Flood Warnings were issued due to the swift runoff and high rivers. All of that has now shifted east and we'll be much calmer today.
More storms are likely this weekend as another batch of energy will move in from our north on Saturday. This could possibly bring a line of heavy storms yet again Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening. We'll see these storms linger across the area until Sunday.
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The number of closures as of Wednesday evening was falling, but was still over 100! Check atxfloods.com for road closure updates. It may take some time for all the creeks, streams and rivers to go back in their banks.
Lake Travis topped 659 feet Thursday and continues to rise. It reached 68% full while Lake Buchanan is inching up from 991.5 feet and is now 42% full. Combined storage has reached 57%!
Looking ahead to next week, our rain chances will go way down....only 10% Monday through Thursday of next week...starting June off on a drier note after a record wet May.
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