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Gloomy and wet forecast Thursday for Central Texas

A swath of light to moderate shower activity is expected to return Wednesday night into Thursday.

AUSTIN, Texas — Areas of rain and patchy dense fog continue through the morning as moisture moves through the area within an upper-level low. Most of this will be east of Interstate Highway 35. By mid-morning, shower activity will near widespread reach with a decent amount of cloud cover. Rain thins out in the early afternoon. 

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With cloud cover holding on for most of the day, high temperatures on Thursday will only be in the mid-40s – nearly 30 degrees below average for this time of year.

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Most of the area will see less than a half-inch of rainfall in the next 36 hours.

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Looking ahead through late November, the outlook for the Lone Star State shows a slight reprieve from the chilly weather with a slight edge of above-average temperatures and slightly above average rainfall. 

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Prepare for a dry but cooler-than-average weekend with our next chance for precipitation on Monday due to a trough cascading across the region. The front is expected to be swift-moving and limited in moisture. Highs will steadily warm through the 7-day beginning Sunday. 

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