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Storms Returning to Central Texas
Looking for an excuse to dip out of work early? Here’s one, courtesy of the National Weather Service’s Austin - San Antonio bureau:
“The afternoon rush hour will be a mess along the I-35 corridor,” it writes on its Facebook page. “You can avoid the worst backups by leaving now or waiting until after 6 pm.”
Following yesterday’s rains (and flooding in Bastrop County), more storms are expected tonight. The NWS anticipates under a inch of rain for most of the region, although some areas may receive as much as four inches, and wind gusts as high as 40 mph.