* A line of strong to severe thunderstorms will impact the Interstate 35 corridor from Georgetown south through Austin, San Marcos, San Antonio, to Divine over the next hour. Wind gusts of 45 to 60 MPH are possible. Flash Flood Warnings are in effect as very heavy rain may fall in a short period of time. Be wary of low water crossings and keep in mind soils are still saturated from recent rains. It will not take much rain to cause new flash flooding. Rain accumulations of 1 to 2 inches will be possible.

* Squall line should continue to push east of I-35 this morning and may impact the Brazos Valley and portions of Southeast Texas through 5 AM. The severe weather threat should become more marginal east of I-35.

* The eastward progression of the squall line has ceased over the D/FW Metroplex. Storms have weakened and are no longer severe. However they are still producing heavy rain across Johnson and Tarrant counties. Flash Flood Warnings are in effect and some significant flooding is possible with 2 to 4 inches of rain.

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