Strong to locally severe thunderstorms will fire over portions of South Texas into Monday night.
The storms will bring the potential for damaging wind gusts and hail. A couple of the strongest storms could also produce a tornado.
Flash and urban flooding are possible in some locations, as is typically the case with thunderstorms in Texas.
Communities that can be hit by a severe thunderstorm include Laredo, McAllen, Brownsville, Victoria and Corpus Christi.
In addition to the threat of damaging weather conditions, the storms offer temporary relief to the drought conditions in the area, which have been getting much worse in recent weeks.
A few locations could be hit with an inch or two of rain into Monday night.
Typhoon Maysak will continue to strengthen before bringing life-threatening conditions to Yap.
Another round of strong winds will howl across northern Europe on Tuesday.
Another storm system will bring more heavy rain and flooding to northern Pakistan and India this week.
While portions of the mid-Atlantic have enjoyed a day or two of spring warmth in March, most of New York and New England will finally break out of the persistent winter chill.
A pattern change during the middle of April could bring rain and cooler conditions to California, while erasing persistent chill in the Northeast.
Puu Kukui, Maui, HI (1942)
107.00" of rain during month of March -- U.S. record for one-month rainfall. Puu Kukui, Maui, also holds U.S. record for rain during one year: 578.0 inches in 1950.
Rio Grande City, TX (1954)
108 degrees, highest ever in U.S. for March.
Georgia/South Carolina (1973)
Tornado killed 8 and causes extensive property damage; 2,500 people left homeless.