Fri, 29 Aug 2014 01:47:33 GMT — The threat for rain continues across the RGV as a weak low pressure disturbance pushes west.Right now, moisture being streamed in across South Texas is helping fire up showers.But Friday morning through Saturday morning will be prime time for the best chances for rain.That TMs when the trough of low pressure will move inland, providing lift and instability to the region.The biggest threats to motorists on local roads will be heavy downpours that will reduce visibility.A few low lying areas could also see minor flooding where drainage is poor.Also, some scattered thunderstorm activity could contain brief, gusty winds and some lightning.The chance for rain should wind down Sunday and Monday, before picking back up mid-week.
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