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Texas cold front likely to get stuck in North Texas

That cold front we were once excited about looks to stay just out of reach to bring impacts to Central Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — ***This blog is no longer being updated. For a look at the forecast, CLICK HERE***

While the calendar says it is fall, it is no secret that this September will go down as the hottest September on record around Austin.

Aside from having the highest average high temperature with every day this month topping out above average, it has also seen a fair share of triple-digit heat days.

Most people are over it and are hoping for at the very least some sort of cool down from what we've seen. You might have seen some talk on social media about a possible cool down for next weekend.  

But don't get your hopes up. As warned, long-term forecasting is notoriously inaccurate, and newest projections show we likely will not see any cooldown whatsoever heading into the first weekend of October.

Credit: KVUE

At the moment, it looks like the front gets stuck in North Texas. The weakening high pressure may bring temperatures down a few degrees, but will likely be well above average for early October.  

The Climate Prediction Center still has Central Texas temperatures staying above average for the first couple of weeks in October. 

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We'll be sure to let you know once we expect a change in this unseasonably hot weather!

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