Texas, Southern Plains on Alert for Another Round of Flooding Rainfall

Texas, Southern Plains on Alert for Another Round of Flooding Rainfall

(AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Water and debris cover sit on a road after a swollen Guadalupe River swept over the road due to heavy rainfall, Friday, Oct. 30, 2015, in Gruene, Texas. A fast-moving storm packing heavy rain and destructive winds overwhelmed rivers and prompted evacuations Friday in the same area of Central Texas that saw devastating spring floods.

Following a very wet second half of October in the southern Plains, the weather pattern is showing no signs of letting up as another storm system is expected to deliver heavy rain towards the end of the week.

An upper-level area of low pressure diving into the West Monday will emerge across the southern Plains later this week and will combine with a southeasterly flow of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico.

This combination will spell out trouble for an already water-logged state of Texas.

“Rain and thunderstorms, heavy enough to prompt new …….. read more. 

By Jordan Root, Meteorologist

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