We've got ONE more day with the potential of strong storms, then the pattern quiets down ⛈ -- Justin
Thursday's Pollen Count:
Molds 8,230, Heavy
Grass 10, Light
Pigweed 10, Light
This stretch of severe weather for south Texas has been impressive. We've had nearly 5 days in a row with some kind of severe weather around the area. Today marks the last day with strong storm potential. Just like yesterday, we'll have to watch what happens to our north. This time, we'll keep an eye on what develops around San Angelo. Upper winds will push any activity there into our area later this evening. This time, the best chance for severe storms will be along and west of I-35. Large hail and gusty winds will once again be the main threats. Should a cluster of storms form, heavy rain could also be a problem. In the meantime, we'll see partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures today. After tonight, storms chances end, with a nice weekend ahead. Another slight chance of rain arrives Monday. Have a great day!