Early morning showers bring less than an inch to Highland Lakes
June 09, 2013, 9:00 am by Emily Zendt
Scattered showers and thunderstorms graced parts of Central Texas this morning although no severe weather is expected today by the National Weather Service.
The highest recorded levels in the Highland Lakes as of 8:40 a.m. Sunday were .83 inches in Kingsland, and .72 in Burnet according to Lower Colorado River Authority rain gauges. Areas of Marble Falls recorded almost .5 inches.
Today showers and thunderstorms are expected mainly before noon with a high near 88 degrees.The forecast for Monday calls for temperatures in the mid 90s during the day and low 70s at night.
As of 8:30 a.m. Sunday LCRA recorded rainfall totals were as follows:
Marble Falls Backbone Creek: .53
Jonestown Big Sandy Creek: .12
Cow Creek near Lago Vista: .6
Llano River near Llano: .11
Buchanan Dam: .04
Willow City:. 0.00
Round Mountain: 0.00
Johnson City: 0.00
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