Flash Flood Watch in effect until 6 AM Sunday for Mills, Hamilton, Bosque, Hill, and Navarro Counties.
Widely scattered showers will continue to be one of the major story lines in Central Texas. These showers will continue through Sunday afternoon and rain could be heavy at times. Rain should start exiting the area Sunday evening. 1-4" of rain expected over much of Central Texas, with higher rainfall totals north of Highway 84, and west of I-35.
Outside of the rain, temperatures by Saturday morning will likely be in the upper 30's and low 40's, with wind chill values as low as the lower 30's. After temperatures in the low 40's Saturday, and mid to upper 40's Sunday. To make matters worse, wind chills Saturday afternoon will likely remain in the mid and upper 30s all afternoon.
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