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Strong storms developed over North Texas Sunday afternoon and are now pushing southward closer to the KVUE area through this evening. Storms will likely be weakening on the final approach to Central Texas. So the best storm chances this evening will be north of Austin for Burnet, Williamson and Milam counties.
A Flood Advisory has been issued for Llano and Burnet until 11 p.m. Minor flooding is possible in the area.
Even as storms weaken, they could still produce some gusty winds and torrential rain. Some small hail also cannot be ruled out. Keep an eye on the sky if you have outdoor plans this evening, and remember when thunder roars go indoors!
Depending on how organized the storms remain as they push southward, they could even bring rain and gusty winds to parts of Lee and Travis counties and parts of the Austin metro before 10 p.m.
After 11 p.m., any remaining storms should weaken and the rest of the overnight should stay primarily dry. Another round of scattered storms will be possible on Labor Day.
PHOTOS: Clouds rolling in from the north
The KVUE Storm Team will keep a close eye on this developing forecast.
In the meantime, the extended forecast can be found below: