AUSTIN, Texas - The pieces to the rain puzzle start coming together today.
The rain and storms will start in the Hill Country this morning. As the front gets closer, the upper low in West Texas will feed it energy and moisture to get round two of the storms going near the Austin metro by midday.
A Flash Flood Warning was issued for Williamson County, but was canceled around 4:30 p.m.. The National Weather Service says between one to three inches have fallen and additional rainfall amounts of one to three inches are possible.
Officials say flash flooding of creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets, and underpasses is possible. Some locations that could experience flash flooding include Georgetown, Leander, Liberty Hill, and Jarrell.
Heavy rain, lightning, and gusty winds are likely with the storms.
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The severe weather threat will remain low but can't rule out localized flooding.
The area is under a slight risk (level 2) for flooding.
Some of the slow-moving storms could produce 1 to 2" per hour rain rates.
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