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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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Coldest Air of the Season Coming
Get ready for a wild weather ride. Our next cold front is set to move through this evening. Ahead of it. We could see a few showers (mainly west of Austin) this afternoon. As the front swing through Central Texas, we have a few chances to pick up rain, mainly after 9pm tonight and before sunrise on Halloween.
Drier and cooler air will filter in for Halloween, so expect sunny skies and breezy north winds. The biggest drop in temperatures will come late Friday night and into early Saturday, so prepare to bundle up for Friday night football. You also may want to give the kids a jacket for trick-or-treating. Once the sun goes down, it will start to feel chilly.
TODAY: 60 AM / 82 PM | Mostly sunny and mild (20% chance of rain after 5pm) | E 5-10mph
FRIDAY (HALLOWEEN): 59 AM / 76 PM | Sunny, cooler,and breezy (20% chance of rain before sunrise) | N 5-15
Trick or Treat (Sunny and a tad breezy)
WEEKEND: By the time you wake up Saturday morning, temperatures will be in the 40s, and many spots in the 30s. This will be the coldest air so far this season. Whether you are headed out to COTA or not, expect COLD mornings over the weekend with nice, sunny afternoons.
Don't forget to set your clocks back an hour before Sunday morning for Daylight Saving Time and change your smoke detector batteries.
SATURDAY: 46 AM / 69 PM | Sunny and cool | NE 5-10
SUNDAY (DAYLIGHT SAVING ENDS 2AM): 48AM / 74 PM | Sunny and mild | SE 5-10
NEXT WEEK: Big changes are in store for next week. A strong cold front is set to move through around Tuesday (timing is not quite finalized). This will bring a good chance for rain beginning Monday and lingering into Tuesday.
Moisture from the gulf and a tropical system south of Mexico will help to give us 1-2 inches of rain, with some spots picking up over 3 inches. Stay tuned to KEYETV and KEYETV.com for updates!
MONDAY: 60 AM / 79 PM | Partly cloudy and warm (20% chance of rain, mainly afternoon and evening)
TUESDAY (ELECTION DAY): 64 AM / 74 PM | Mostly cloudy and stormy (60% chance of rain)
TROPICS TRACKER: We are tracking the latest system in the Pacific, now Tropical Depression Twenty-O (which could help bring in moisture to Central Texas next week). There's another disturbance in the Atlantic with a 20% chance of development. Check our tropics tracker for any active storms: http://www.keyetv.com/weather/features/hurricane-tracker/?wap=0/
Hurricane Season ends November 30th.
Have a nice week! -Allison
Meteorologist Allison Miller
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