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Coldest Air of the Season So Far!

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

Hope you had a great Halloween!  Can you believe it's November already?
If you're in doubt, just step outside.  A strong cold front that came through Friday morning has given us the coldest temps of the season so far with 40s for lows and 30s in outlying areas in the morning, giving way to highs in the 60s. 

Whether you're heading to F1 at COTA, Fan Fest Downtown, Wurstfest in New Braunfels or Diamond Fest in Round Rock - it will be a sunny and crisp Saturday!  Sunday brings more cloud cover and milder temps.  We should rebound into the mid 70s.

Time Change:
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 AM Sunday.  Set your clocks back an hour, change your smoke detector batteries & enjoy that extra hour of sleep!

Potentially Heavy Rain Next Week:
We're tracking the potential of a cold front combining with the moisture from Vance (see below) next week.  It now looks most likely for rain late Tuesday through Wednesday, but we could see a stray shower as early as Monday (10% chance) and lasting into Thursday (40% chance).  One computer model keeps some showers all the way into Friday morning.  How much rain?  It's not set in stone, but there's potential for 1 to 4" of rain!  We certainly need the rain, though we don't want it to come all at once.  If it is spread out over several days, this could be a very beneficial storm for our Central Texas drought!  We'll keep you updated.

Tropics Tracker:
Tropical Storm Vance in the Pacific is likely to become Hurricane Vance.  Forecast tracks bring curve the storm across Mexico and into Texas next week.  This extra moisture could set the stage for our possible heavy rain.
Hurricane Season ends November 30th.


Saturday: 67 Cool sunshine.  Winds: NE/SE 5-10
Sunday: 75 Partly cloudy.  Winds: SE 5-15 *Morning Low: 47 (30s outlying areas)
Monday: 78 Partly cloudy with a 10% chance of showers/storms late.  *Morning Low: 61
Election Day Tuesday: 75 Showers and storms likely (60% chance).  *Morning Low: 65
Wednesday: 65 Showers and storms likely (70% chance).  *Morning Low: 57
Thursday: 70 Showers and storms may linger (40% chance).  *Morning Low: 56
Friday: 75 Chance of a leftover shower (20%), then clearing.  *Morning Low: 55

Have a great weekend!

Chief Meteorologist Chikage Windler

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