Mild Monday Leads To A Chilly Night!
A strong cold front blasted through Central Texas late Sunday night bringing us cooler weather and blustery conditions to kick off the work week. Although wind speeds have come down from the overnight hours, we could still have a few stray wind gusts near near 30 MPH this afternoon. Sunshine will be abundant for the remainder of the day and that’ll help to boost temperatures into the mid 70s.
The cooler temperatures behind the cold front won’t last for long but they will be noticeable, especially Tuesday morning! We’ll kick off the day with morning lows ranging from 45° to 52° with the coldest temperatures coming west of Highway 281. Despite the near-record (44° in 1996) start to the day, ample sunshine should warm temperatures up close to 80° in the afternoon. Morning temperatures in the low-to-mid 50s Wednesday morning should warm into the mid 80s. High temperatures warm into the mid-to-upper 80s Thursday but another cold front should move through Thursday night and will drop high temperatures into the upper 70s and low 80s Friday. The late-week cold front won’t bring us a long lasting show of colder air because southerly winds will quickly return and highs will warm back into the mid 80s this weekend and into next week. Rain is also unlikely across the area for the next 10 days.
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