DISCUSSION: As more tropical moisture prepares to enter the Lone Star state over the next 24 to 48 hours, there will again be an increased threat for deep convective storms to fire up over many parts of Southern-to-Central Texas. That being said, if some storms do become severe due to increased convective instability moving into the region, the primary threat will likely be heavy rainfall along with the potential for flooding in some areas. The largest threat for flooding will be focused within regions which are either in low-lying parts of Texas and/or where there is limited drainage capability. Nonetheless, it is still important to be vigilant of changing conditions beng as though heavy rainfall can change a quiet road into a raging (and often times destructive) river in a matter of minutes. As always urged by forecasters across the National Weather Service network, if you are in the path of flooded roadways "Turn Around and Don't Drown"! To learn more about other high-impact weather events from across North America, be sure to click here!