From Rusty Garrett:
The abundance of tropical moisture provided fuel for very heavy pockets of rain this Thursday. Several locations reported up to an inch or more in as little as 20 minutes time. There were even reports in and close to Killeen, of gusty winds and small hail within the stronger storms across Bell county.
Any rain left over from the afternoon will slowly fade with the loss of heating with rain coverage dropping to 20 percent overnight. Friday morning temperatures will only fall into the low/mid 70s. Skies remain mostly cloudy Friday with highs in the middle and upper 80s. Rain coverage Friday will be noticeable higher, near 60%, during the late morning and early afternoon.
Saturday's forecast remains somewhat in question. A weakening cool front may stall over our area, which will maintain a high likelihood for additional pockets of heavy rain. However, if the front pushes south of the area, those rain odds for Saturday afternoon will be lower. Your best bet is to plan for rain and the possibility of frequent lightning and gusty winds within any of the stronger tropical downpours.