TORNADO WATCH UNTIL 9AM FOR BASTROP, CALDWELL, LEE, AND FAYETTE COUNTIES
A line of strong thunderstorms continues to move east with the potential of producing winds over 60mph, small hail, frequent lightning, and very heavy rainfall. Many locations picked up over 0.5" of rain with isolated locations closing in on 1.00". This line is expected to move out by the morning commute and our weather will begin to turn much quieter.
By afternoon, highs will range in the middle 80s along with a mostly cloudy sky and a few isolated showers from time to time. Then a cold front will drop in and cool us down significantly tomorrow. It's possible many locations may stay in the 60s on Tuesday. Sunshine is out in full force Wednesday through the beginning of the weekend.
Still warm and humid with a slight chance for isolated showers or storms. Winds change from the southeast to north during the day, becoming breezy.
Clearing sky, turning much cooler. A north wind around 10 mph.