Chances of quick but powerful showers increase overnight as a cold front moves through the Austin area. The National Weather Service expects an 80 percent of rain after midnight that will continue through mid-morning Sunday. The storms could bring high winds and hail and drop up to a half inch of rain.If you do not receive the verification message within a few minutes of signing up, please check your Spam or Junk folder.
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