afternoon and early evening rains across the Lower RGV, August 13th, 2008
First Rain in nearly Two Weeks August 13th
More on Way?

After the last rains of Dolly moved out of Deep South Texas and the Lower Rio Grande Valley in July 24th and 25th, virtually no rain fell to close out July and begin August. However, moisture at the tail of an air mass boundary stretching from Deep South Texas and northern Mexico east into north central Florida will remain pooled across the Lower Rio Grande Valley into Thursday and perhaps Friday, August 15th. While widespread rains are not expected, scattered to locally numerous mainly afternoon showers and thunderstorms may redevelop again on the 14th and perhaps across only the more populated areas closer to the coast on the 15th. Continue to monitor our forecasts from this website for updates on potential rainfall.

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