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Severe weather outlook for Monday though Wednesday




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Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected Monday evening into early Tuesday and again Tuesday evening into early Wednesday (March 7-9).

All of South Central Texas is at some risk for severe weather. However, the primary threat area is along and east of I-35.

One or two tornadoes, damaging winds of 60-70 mph, hail ranging from pea-size up to golf ball-size, and rainfall from 2-4 inches are possible at many locations. However, the rainfall rates should be low enough that only flood advisories are expected to be issued.

A large upper low will move from California into northern Mexico, then eventually across Texas. This low, moist Gulf air, and lift from the dry line and Mexican mountains will combine to produce two rounds of strong to severe thunderstorms. The first will be Monday night into early Tuesday and primarily be a threat for the Rio Grande Plains and northern Hill Country. The second round will bring a greater threat Tuesday night into early Wednesday as a squall line moves across the area. The severe threat should end by mid-morning Wednesday.
 
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