Severe Weather Threat Has Moved Out
After yet another severe weather day across Central Texas, all of the strong storms have moved off to the southeast. A cold front is pushing through our area, and gusty north winds will quickly push in drier and cooler air into our area. We will start out Saturday morning with some clouds in place, but skies will clear out quickly through the morning and we will have sunny skies by midday. Strong north winds running 20-30 mph will stick around most of the day, and that will keep us unseasonably cool. We will start out Saturday morning in the upper 40s and lows 50s, and afternoon highs will struggle to make it to 70° in most locations.
Sunday morning will be a little chilly, but highs will rebound back into the more seasonable low 80s. We look to have nice and calm weather for the first half of next week, but warmer temperatures and increasing shower & thunderstorm chances return late next week.
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