A cool front that blew through Central Texas early Sunday dropped measurable rain in several locations but apparently caused no flooding and little damage in most places.
Winds in Marlin uprooted several trees and caused some damage to structures, according to a release by Police Chief Damien Eaglin. A police dispatcher said she knew of no injuries. The Falls County sheriff’s office reported some power lines down but did not report any power outages.
Most area sheriff’s offices reported brief, heavy rains in the middle of the day. Apparently rains were heavier east of Interstate 35, and the Hill County sheriff’s office reported a steady rain most of the day.
National Weather Service meteorologist Juan Hernandez in Fort Worth said .33 of an inch of rain was reported at the Waco Regional Airport, with .56 reported at Lake Waco and .74 of an inch in Crawford. He reported a reading of 1.92 inches in Robertson County later in the afternoon.
Rain chances through Sunday night were put at 70 percent, according to the NWS website. High temperatures Monday and Tuesday are expected to stay in the upper 70s with a 20 percent chance of rain ending Tuesday. For the rest of the week, high temperatures are predicted to climb to the mid-80s with lows remaining in the 60s.