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Hazardous Weather Outlook

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio TX
405 AM CDT Mon May 29 2017

TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-301100-
Llano-Burnet-Williamson-Val Verde-Edwards-Real-Kerr-Bandera-
Gillespie-Kendall-Blanco-Hays-Travis-Bastrop-Lee-Kinney-Uvalde-
Medina-Bexar-Comal-Guadalupe-Caldwell-Fayette-Maverick-Zavala-
Frio-Atascosa-Wilson-Karnes-Gonzales-De Witt-Lavaca-Dimmit-
405 AM CDT Mon May 29 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for South-Central Texas..

.DAY ONE...Today And Tonight.

Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible
this afternoon.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Tuesday through Sunday.

Rounds of thunderstorms are forecast Tuesday through Sunday.
Strong storms and locally heavy rains are possible through the
period.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

Spotter activation is not anticipated.

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Short Term Forecast

Short Term Forecast
National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio TX
1047 AM CDT Mon May 29 2017

TXZ171>173-185>194-203>209-218>225-228-291900-
Llano-Burnet-Williamson-Real-Kerr-Bandera-Gillespie-Kendall-
Blanco-Hays-Travis-Bastrop-Lee-Uvalde-Medina-Bexar-Comal-
Guadalupe-Caldwell-Fayette-Zavala-Frio-Atascosa-Wilson-Karnes-
Gonzales-De Witt-Lavaca-Dimmit-
Including the cities of Llano, Burnet, Georgetown, Leakey,
Kerrville, Bandera, Fredericksburg, Boerne, Blanco, San Marcos,
Austin, Bastrop, Giddings, Uvalde, Hondo, San Antonio,
New Braunfels, Seguin, Lockhart, La Grange, Crystal City,
Pearsall, Pleasanton, Floresville, Karnes City, Gonzales, Cuero,
Halletsville, and Carrizo Springs
1047 AM CDT Mon May 29 2017

.NOW...
Through 2 PM CDT, the chance for scattered showers and
thunderstorms will continue to expand inland from the Gulf coast
into much of the Hill Country and the Rio Grande Plains. Cell
motions are mostly toward the south or southwest at 5 to 10 mph.
Slow storm motions could result in isolated rainfall amounts over
1 inch, but most of the storm cells will be short-lived. Thus,
most areas should expect spotty rainfall amounts of around 1/4
inch or less. A few storms may produce frequent cloud to ground
lightning and wind gusts to 40 mph.

$$



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