Welcome Rainfall for the lower Rio Grande Valley through Wednesday (click to enlarge)
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
1117 AM CST MON JAN 14 2008

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IN THE UPPER LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE MOVING
EAST ACROSS NORTHERN MEXICO...COMBINED WITH A SURFACE LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM THAT WILL DEVELOP ALONG THE LOWER TEXAS COAST...WILL PRODUCE
SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS WITH ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS TONIGHT
THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT OVER DEEP SOUTH TEXAS. ONE TO TWO INCHES OF
RAINFALL IS EXPECTED DURING THE NEXT 36 HOURS...WHICH WILL REDUCE
THE THREAT OF WILDFIRE AND PROVIDE NATURAL IRRIGATION TO FARMLAND
AND RESIDENTIAL AREAS.

ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS ARE FORECAST THURSDAY THROUGH EARLY
NEXT WEEK IN ASSOCIATION WITH A SERIES OF SURFACE AND UPPER LEVEL
WEATHER DISTURBANCES...WITH CUMULATIVE RAINFALL TOTALS OF UP TO ONE
QUARTER OF AN INCH EXPECTED DURING THE PERIOD.
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