Special Statement  Statement as of 5:37 am CST on November 25, 2015

... Another significant rain event is expected Thanksgiving day
through Sunday...

An upper level disturbance over the western United States and a
cold front will tap into Pacific moisture from Hurricane Sandra...
producing a pattern favorable for heavy rainfall over the
Thanksgiving day weekend. Showers are expected to become numerous
over the area during the daytime Thursday... with mainly light to
moderate rains expected.

By late Thursday night... conditions will become favorable for a
few areas to see training showers and thunderstorms... capable of
producing very heavy rainfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour. The
heavy rain potential will continue into Friday afternoon when a
cold front is expected to move into the area. The front will only
act to extend the heavy rain potential into daytime Saturday...
and rain chances will remain high through Sunday afternoon.

Storm total rainfall amounts from Thursday through Sunday
afternoon are expected to average 1 to 3 inches over most
areas... but a few areas could possibly receive over 6 inches. The
potential for heaviest rainfall is currently highest over The Hill
Country and northern parts of the I-35 corridor. Those planning
travel over the Holiday weekend or other Holiday related
activities should monitor this developing weather situation.

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