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Sunday Evening: Isolated showers and thunderstorms possible. Low temps in the mid 70's. Winds: S 5-15 mph.
Monday: Back to hot and dry. Winds S 5-15 mph. High: 98
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Cloudy, Warm & Muggy
Tuesday, March 31st, 2015
So far this week we've already seen 80s across Central Texas. Today will be much of the same -- even with that cloud cover. We'll keep the clouds pretty persistent this week as we have a lot of moisture moving in from Mexico. The real question is, when do we actually see any rain from these clouds? Good question!
We'll begin to see some light rain enter our neighborhoods by Wednesday. Most of the energy will fall in Mexico but as this weakening system moves over the international boarder we could possibly pick up 1/4" or rain (some areas more or less). That will be it for rainfall generally this week. I am tracking another system that has a cold front attached to it. This will arrive late on Friday. Until we get there expect highs to be near or above 80.
FRIDAY COLD FRONT
We'll stay warm just before the front arrives. I'm thinking it will arrive by the afternoon which will drop temperatures and bring breezy north winds. Highs on Saturday won't get out of the 60s for many of us and, again, those winds will be breezy. I'm thinking we will see rain late Friday and early Saturday. This will be a very quick rain event with not much accumulations expected. The bigger story will be the cool down and that north wind. Saturday should be dry with mainly cloudy skies. High 68
Easter may be a bit soggy for those of you heading to church. We're watching another surge of energy enter into the area which will bring light rain to the region again. Highs on Sunday will start in the 50s and end just near 70.
Enjoy the rest of your week!
Meteorologist Jordan Steele
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