It’s been a hot and dry summer, as South Central Texas experiencing the worst drought since 2011. Needless to say, we all could use a little rain, so it’s encouraging to see that many areas saw healthy rains Monday night.
While we won’t see another widespread, heavy rainfall event this week, a stalled front will keep the chance for at least *some* rain in the forecast through Thursday.
Here’s what you need to know:
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY (40%)
- The stalled front will allow for scattered light-to-moderate rain at times Wednesday and Thursday.
- NOTE: Because of the *scattered* nature of the rain, it will NOT rain everywhere. The overall coverage will be 40%.
- Because of extra cloudiness and scattered rain, temperatures will only be able to reach into the upper-80s. Pretty nice for August!
- Rain chances will dwindle as we head into the weekend. Temps will rise into the mid-90s.
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