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Short Term Forecast

SHORT TERM FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
900 AM CST THU DEC 18 2014

TXZ171>173-184>194-202>209-217>225-228-181700-
LLANO-BURNET-WILLIAMSON-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-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...LLANO...BURNET...GEORGETOWN...
ROCKSPRINGS...LEAKEY...KERRVILLE...BANDERA...FREDERICKSBURG...
BOERNE...BLANCO...SAN MARCOS...AUSTIN...BASTROP...GIDDINGS...
BRACKETTVILLE...UVALDE...HONDO...SAN ANTONIO...NEW BRAUNFELS...
SEGUIN...LOCKHART...LA GRANGE...EAGLE PASS...CRYSTAL CITY...
PEARSALL...PLEASANTON...FLORESVILLE...KARNES CITY...GONZALES...
CUERO...HALLETTSVILLE...CARRIZO SPRINGS
900 AM CST THU DEC 18 2014

.NOW...
THROUGH 11 AM...PATCHY LIGHT DRIZZLE WILL CONTINUE ACROSS SOUTH
CENTRAL TEXAS WITH LITTLE OR NO MEASURABLE RAINFALL EXPECTED.
AREAS OF FOG WILL CONTINUE WITH VISIBILITIES GENERALLY 1/2 TO 2
MILES. SOME LOCATIONS WILL SEE VISIBILITIES OF 1/4 MILE OR LESS.
MOTORISTS SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION AND SLOW DOWN IN AREAS OF FOG AS
VISIBILITIES MAY DROP RAPIDLY.

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Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
605 AM CST THU DEC 18 2014

TXZ171>173-183>194-202>209-217>225-228-191215-
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-
605 AM CST THU DEC 18 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

PATCHY DENSE FOG WILL CONTINUE THROUGH 9 AM THIS MORNING. LOCAL
VISIBILITIES LESS THAN 1/2 MILE ARE EXPECTED. MOTORISTS ARE URGED
TO DRIVE WITH CAUTION AND BE ALERT TO RAPIDLY CHANGING
VISIBILITIES.

AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH AND SURFACE BOUNDARY WILL INTERACT WITH A
MOIST AIR MASS TO GENERATE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TONIGHT INTO
FRIDAY. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL RANGE FROM SCATTERED WEST
TO WIDESPREAD EAST. THERE IS A MARGINAL HAIL RISK. ALONG AND EAST
OF I-35...WIDESPREAD RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 1 TO 2 INCHES ARE
EXPECTED WITH LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL AND ISOLATED AMOUNTS UP TO 3
INCHES POSSIBLE. THIS MAY CAUSE SOME MINOR FLOODING IN URBAN
AREAS. THE MAIN THREAT TIME IS FROM MIDNIGHT THROUGH 9 AM FRIDAY.
WEST OF I-35...RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL BE LESS THAN 1 INCH WITH LESS
THAN 1/4 INCH ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE PLAINS.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY.

AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH AND SURFACE BOUNDARY WILL MOVE OFF TO THE
EAST ON FRIDAY. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL RAPIDLY END FROM
WEST TO EAST MID MORNING INTO EARLY AFTERNOON. LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINFALL IS POSSIBLE GENERALLY ALONG AND EAST OF I-35 THROUGH 9 AM
FRIDAY. THIS MAY CAUSE SOME MINOR FLOODING IN URBAN AREAS.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS NOT ANTICIPATED.

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