A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for Williamson, Llano, Burnet, Milam and Lee counties until 4 a.m. Monday.
For Sunday evening and early Monday morning, our severe outlook for Central Texas includes a Marginal Risk (1 out of 5) and a Slight Risk (2 out of 5). That means a storm or two could pack a punch late Sunday night, early Monday morning with high winds and hail being the main threats.
As of this posting, it looks like storms will roll through late overnight, after 2 a.m. The best chance of storms will be for areas north of the Austin metro.
You may want to give yourself an extra few minutes heading out the door Monday morning as we could have some scattered rain around for the rush-hour commute.
A few pop-up scattered storms are possible for Monday afternoon and evening, but there will be many dry hours. In fact, I think many places will get through Monday afternoon with no rain whatsoever.
Rainfall accumulations through the next couple of days do not seem terribly impressive; however, expect higher amounts in the strongest activity ranging between one to two inches.
Take a look at the rain chances for the next seven days. Stay up to date with KVUE.
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