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For South-Central Texas

A line of showers and thunderstorms are expected to affect the area late this afternoon into the early evening hours as a cold front moves southeast into the coastal Plains. In the wake of the front, breezy north to northwest winds will remain for several hours before midnight tonight. A cool airmass will spread across the area with low temperatures in the upper 40s across portions of the Hill Country to lower 50s along and south of Highway 90. 

Drier and cooler than normal temperatures will move in behind the front on Wednesday before a gradual warm-up occurs into the weekend. Cloud cover increases over the weekend, and another weak front will approach the region on Sunday to bring back a chance of isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms.

For North-Central Texas

Near record low temperatures tonight across North and Central TX. Gusty northwest winds up to 25 mph and mostly clear skies will make most locations to be in the 50s, however a few areas to the northwest may dip into the 40s.

It looks like Wednesday is going to be a nice and dry weather day for North and Central Texas. High temperatures will only reach the low 80s for most areas and overnight lows will dip into the 50s. This nice temperatures won't last long. We will be well into the 90s by the end of the week, and humid. Winds will be from the south southwest 10 to 20 mph.

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AUSTIN

BROWNWOOD

BRYAN

DALLAS

FREDERICKSBURG

FT. WORTH

JUNCTION

KILLEEN

SAN ANGELO

SAN ANTONIO

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