(January 5, 2014) An icy polar blast will drop nighttime temperatures into the upper teens for the next several days in Central Texas, and wind chill readings could be in the single digits.
Highs Sunday will be only in the lower 40s, and gusty northwest winds will produce wind chill readings as low as 16.
The temperature will fall into the high teens overnight and wind chill readings could be as low as 4 to 9.
Temperatures will be the upper 30s on Monday, but morning wind chill readings could be as low as 5 to 10.
Monday night the temperature will again fall into the upper teens, but Tuesday will be a bit warmer, with highs in the upper 40s, although morning wind chill readings could be as low as 7 to 12.
On Tuesday night, lows should be in the upper 30s.
Residents should take steps to protect pets, exposed pipes and tender vegetation.
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