Austin, TX Area Weather Alerts

Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Lee

Flood Warning Extended Until Late Sunday Night The Flood Warning Continues
For
The Middle Yegua Creek Near Dime Box
- Until Late Sunday Night Or Until The Warning Is Canceled.
- At 1015 Am Friday The Stage Was 10.6 Feet.
- Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Minor Flooding Is Forecast.
- Flood Stage Is 10.0 Feet.
- Forecast The River Will Continue To Fall To Below Flood Stage By Sunday
Early Afternoon.
- At 10.0 Feet Minor Lowland Flooding Begins As Water Spills Into The Flood
Plain In The Vicintiy Of The Gage. Fm 141 Below The Confluence With West Yegua
Creek Is Threatened And Backwater Flooding Up West Yegua And Turkey Creeks In
Lee County Is Likely.

Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Caldwell

The Flood Warning Continues For
The San Marcos River Below Luling.
- At 8:45 Am Friday The Stage Was 16.0 Feet.
- Flood Stage Is 20.0 Feet.
- Minor Flooding Is Forecast.
- Forecast Rise Above Flood Stage By This Evening And Continue To Rise To Near
21.2 Feet By After Midnight Tomorrow. The River Will Fall Below Flood Stage By
Tomorrow Morning.
- Impact At 24.0 Feet Moderate Flooding In Palmetto State Park Five Miles
Below Luling Inundates Many Park Facilities And Roads..

Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Llano

The Flood Warning Continues For
The Llano River At Llano.
- At 7:00 Am Friday The Stage Was 11.3 Feet.
- Flood Stage Is 10.0 Feet.
- Minor Flooding Is Occurring And Moderate Flooding Is Forecast.
- Forecast The River Will Continue Rising To Near 13.0 Feet By Late This
Morning. The River Will Fall Below Flood Stage This Afternoon.
- Impact At 12.0 Feet Moderate Lowland Flooding Makes Secondary Roads And
Low Bridges In The Flood Plain Dangerous To Motorists. Equipment Should Be
Moved From Low Docks And Boat Ties Loosened Downstream In Kingsland..

Flood Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Blanco

The National Weather Service In Austin/san Antonio Has Issued A
- Flood Warning For
The Pedernales River At Johnson City.
- From This Morning To Late Tonight Or Until The Warning Is Cancelled.
- At 7:00 Am Friday The Stage Was 12.6 Feet.
- Flood Stage Is 14.0 Feet.
- Minor Flooding Is Forecast.
- Forecast Rise Above Flood Stage By Late This Morning And Continue To Rise To
Near 14.5 Feet By This Afternoon.the River Will Fall Below Flood Stage By Late
This Afternoon.
- Impact At 14.0 Feet Minor Lowland Flooding Reaches Secondary Roads,
Crossings And Low Bridges. Low Areas Of Lbj National Park Upstream Are
Flooded. Swimmers And Recreationists Should Leave The River Downstream In
Pedernales Falls State Park..

Flash Flood Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Milam
  • Lampasas
  • Leon

Flash Flood Watch Remains In Effect Through Saturday Morning
The Flash Flood Watch Continues For
- Portions Of North Central Texas Northeast Texas And South
Central Texas Including The Following Areas In North
Central Texas Bell Bosque Collin Comanche Cooke
Coryell Dallas Denton Eastland Ellis Erath Falls
Fannin Freestone Grayson Hamilton Hill Hood
Hunt Jack Johnson Kaufman Lampasas Limestone
Mclennan Mills Montague Navarro Palo Pinto Parker
Rockwall Somervell Stephens Tarrant Wise And Young.
In Northeast Texas Anderson Delta Henderson Hopkins
Lamar Leon Rains And Van Zandt. In South Central Texas
Milam And Robertson.
- Through Saturday Morning
- Widespread 1 To 3 Inches With Isolated Higher Amounts Possible.
- Soils Are Saturated Across The Watch Area. Any Additional
Heavy Rain Will Runoff Quickly And Result In Flash Flooding.
In Addition Heavy Rains Will Only Aggravate Ongoing River
And Lake Flooding Across The Area.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Flash Flood Watch Means That Conditions Are Favorable For Heavy
Rain Which May Lead To Flash Flooding. You Should Monitor The
Latest Forecasts From The National Weather Service And Be
Prepared To Take Action Should Flash Flood Warnings Be Issued For
Your Area.

Flash Flood Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Burnet
  • Williamson
  • Gillespie
  • Blanco
  • Travis
  • Bastrop
  • Lee
  • Caldwell
  • Fayette
  • Hays

Flash Flood Watch In Effect From Saturday Morning Through
Sunday Morning
The National Weather Service In Austin/san Antonio Has Issued A
- Flash Flood Watch For A Portion Of South Central Texas
Including The Following Areas Atascosa Bandera Bastrop
Bexar Blanco Burnet Caldwell Comal De Witt
Dimmit Edwards Fayette Frio Gillespie Gonzales
Guadalupe Hays Karnes Kendall Kerr Kinney Lavaca
Lee Llano Maverick Medina Real Travis Uvalde
Val Verde Williamson Wilson And Zavala.
- From Saturday Morning Through Sunday Morning
- A Cold Front Will Help Trigger Scattered To Numerous Showers And
Thunderstorms Across South Central Texas Saturday And Saturday
Night. Some Storms Could Move Slowly And Produce Locally Heavy
Rainfall. Between 1-2 Inches Of Rain Is Possible With
Isolated Amounts Up To 3 Inches.
- Due To The Very Moist Conditions Of The Grounds And Soils In The
Area Rapid Flash Flooding Of Creeks Streams Low Water
Crossings And Some Roadways Will Be Possible Where Heavy Rain
Develops.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Flash Flood Watch Means Flash Flooding Is Possible In Or Near
The Watch Area. If You Are In The Watch Area Plan Now For What
You Will Do If Flash Flooding Develops. Stay Informed And Be
Ready To Act If You See Flooding Or If A Flash Flood Warning Is
Issued.

Flash Flood Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • San Saba
  • Mason

Flash Flood Watch Remains In Effect From 10 Pm Cdt This
Evening Through Saturday Afternoon
The Flash Flood Watch Continues For
- A Portion Of West Central Texas Including The Following
Areas Brown Callahan Coke Coleman Concho
Crockett Fisher Haskell Irion Jones Kimble Mason
Mcculloch Menard Nolan Runnels San Saba
Schleicher Shackelford Sterling Sutton Taylor
Throckmorton And Tom Green.
- From 10 Pm Cdt This Evening Through 1 Pm Saturday Afternoon
- Thunderstorms Will Produce Locally Heavy Rainfall Amounts Of 1
To 2 Inches.
- Heavy Rainfall In A Short Period Of Time Falling On
Saturated Grounds Will Result In Flash Flooding Of Urban
Areas Low Water Crossings And Other Low Lying Areas.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Flash Flood Watch Means That Heavy Rainfall May Lead To Flash
Flooding. Flash Flooding Is A Very Dangerous Situation.
You Should Monitor Later Forecasts And Be Prepared To Take Action
Should Flash Flood Warnings Be Issued.

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