The Flood Warning continues for the Guadalupe River near Bloomington affecting Calhoun, Refugio, and Victoria Counties. Recent rainfall upstream and over the area will cause the aforementioned river to rise above flood stage within the next few days.
Hazardous Weather Outlook:
Another storm system is expected to bring active weather, including strong to severe thunderstorms and heavy rainfall to south central Texas this weekend. On Saturday, areas west of a Llano to Carrizo Springs can expect the best chance for severe weather. For the overnight hours into Sunday morning, the active weather will spread east across the remainder of the Hill Country and I-35 corridor. For Sunday afternoon, the most active weather is expected to remain east of the Interstate 35 corridor. The main severe weather concern will be large hail and damaging winds. However, an isolated tornado can not be ruled out. In addition, rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches could bring the potential for localized flooding, especially across those areas that had heavy rains earlier in the week.
Strong to severe thunderstorms returns to the forecast for the weekend. Beginning late Saturday afternoon, thunderstorms are expected to develop along the Rio Grande Plains, Edwards Plateau and the Hill Country capable of producing one inch or larger diameter hail and damaging straight line winds.
Storms from overnight Saturday night will push eastward across South Central Texas and move into east Texas during the day on Sunday. Areas along and east of the I-35 corridor could see strong thunderstorms in the morning and become more widespread and severe as the storms continue to push east into the afternoon.
Another storm system will bring chances of showers and thunderstorms Saturday afternoon through Sunday. Strong to severe storms and locally heavy rains are possible. Otherwise, fair weather and above normal temperatures are expected for the next several days.
Now, here’s your TTR Weekend Weather from NWS Austin – San Antonio: