Weather evening Upper 80s overnight Upper 70s morning Mid 70s daytime Near 90 Your Forecast By Dan Robertson09/19/2014 12:11 PM Stormy, Steamy End of The WeekDoppler radar shows round #3 of storms for the week making it through parts of our area this morning. Slow-moving, heavy downpours brought another three inches to the Jollyville area. Due to the already saturated grounds and swollen waterways, NOAA has issued a FLOOD ADVISORY for Central Travis and South Central Williamson counties until 7:30am.In addition to slick streets, commuters might also find the impact of fog and low visibility. At this hour:Here's a look at 24 hour rain totals:Click here for this week's rain totals from the LCRA.Futurecast shows this morning cluster of storms moving east, and only isolated showers and storms developing later this afternoon. We'll call it a 50% rain chance today. Where grounds are driest, temps might make it up to 90 but all other locales might just peak in a range of 80s as skies partially clear. Remnant energy and moisture from ODILE is likely to have the biggest impact west of our area this weekend. Isolated storms are possible locally, with a 30% rain chance Saturday to 20% rain chance Sunday.Our next cold front looks to be a weak one, and it's currently scheduled to arrive sometime on Monday with a very low rain chance. See the details on the 7 Day Forecast and be sure to check back for updates.Enjoy your Friday and have a wonderful weekend.