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Few Easter Sunday Storms


Saturday, April 19th

Good evening!

More cloud cover has been moving into Central Texas today from a storm system out to our west. This is the same storm that could produce a few Isolated T-Storms in the Hill Country on Easter Sunday.

For Tonight
We'll keep the cloud cover hanging around which should help moderate temperatures. Overnight lows will be in the upper 50s to lower 60s. We stay dry.

Easter Sunday
The Storm Prediction Center has a few of our counties highlighted under a "Slight Risk" for storm development. These areas include Western Travis & Williamson Counties, Burnet, Llano, Mason, Blanco & Gillespie counties. In my opinion, I think most of the storms won't even make it to Burnet county. Storms should stay well to our west. If you're traveling to the Hill Country for an Easter dinner, you may see some rain & T-storms. Other than that, the rest of us should stay dry.

Easter Day Part Forecast

8 AM - 61 Mostly Cloudy

Noon - 73 Mostly Cloudy

4 PM - 78 Mostly Cloudy

9 PM - 72 Mostly Cloudy

Next Week

The rest of the week looks just as nice as it has been. Partly cloudy skies here-n-there with temperatures warming into the mid 80 range.

Have an awesome weekend!  -Jordan

Meteorologist Jordan Steele

INSTAGRAM @TVsJordanSteele





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