Scattered showers and isolated storms will continue into the early afternoon. After 2;00 pm, thunderstorms are expected to become more widespread, and some may be capable of producing hail. The main area at risk for a severe storm is across portions of Central Texas near a warm front. Activity will taper off from west to east during the evening and overnight hours as a cold front moves through.
The highest rainfall totals with today’s storm system will be east of I-35, where amounts around one inch or more are expected. Some minor flooding is possible in these areas, and additional rises on rivers and creeks will occur.