Storms swept through the Austin area Monday afternoon, causing businesses and roadways to flood. The National Weather Service says Austin should expect more rain and thunderstorms this week, with chances as high as 50 percent on Friday.
Storms across the state resulted in a total of seven dead in Texas, including one in San Marcos, one in Wimberley, one in Cameron, one in San Antonio and three more in Houston. At least 30 people are still unaccounted for in Hays County.
Meanwhile in Austin, clean-up efforts are underway. You can get the latest information from the city of Austin here.
4 p.m. The body of one man, still unidentified, has been recovered in northeast Travis County.
1 p.m. CapMetro says its rail service will be restored as of 3:44 this afternoon. Its buses are running normally, say CapMetro officials.
12:45 p.m. You can call Austin Disaster Relief Network if you're affected by the flood and still need help.
12 p.m. An update from CapMetro says that MetroRail is offering partial service today:
11:15 a.m. The North Austin Red Cross shelter housed five people last night, and the South Austin shelter housed two. The shelters in San Marcos housed 80 overnight. Updated Red Cross shelter information for those in need Tuesday:
10:45 a.m. ATXfloods is reporting that nearly all of Austin's roads are open.