* A line of strong to severe thunderstorms extends near a Bonham-Dallas-Lampasas-Waring-Brackettville line. Continued progress to the east/southeast will be noted.

* Thunderstorms in North Texas, including the D/FW Metroplex, are no longer severe. Some gusty winds and frequent cloud to ground lightning continue. Flash flooding due to local rain amounts up to 2 inches is possible.

* THe squall line from west of Killeen south to the Mexico border continues to exhibit signs of producing wind gusts over 60 MPH. This threat will most likely continue as the line moves over Interstate 35 from Temple south to Austin and San Antonio through 1:30 AM.

* While the squall line is moving east at a decent clip over South-Central Texas it is dropping about an inch of rain fairly quickly. Flooding is expected once again in locations that have had issues back on Memorial Day. The relatively fast eastward progress should keep the flooding from getting too far out of hand. We’ll continue to watch it.

* Based on the lack of any weakening over the past two hours it seems possible the squall line will continue its eastward progression into the Brazos Valley and Southeast Texas by 3-4 AM. While it should weaken it will still likely make it.

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