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Another line of rain looks to reach Central Texas

A Pacific front taps into Gulf moisture to create our next storm chance.
Credit: Meteorologist Jordan Darensbourg

AUSTIN, Texas — From spring to winter, just like that: Our strong cold front pushed through Central Texas on Friday, and now parts of the KVUE area have had the first freeze of the season.

Our next weather-maker moves in on Monday with yet another round of widespread rain and storms. Some areas of the Texas Panhandle may even see snow. Behind this system, we get another shot of cooler air, which will keep afternoon highs in the 50s all of next week.

Credit: Meteorologist Jordan Darensbourg

When looking at rainfall amounts, some areas, like last Monday's severe weather, may get totally left out of rain, while some may only get a quarter of an inch of rain. Any amount can help our drought, but with most of the rain being east of Interstate 35, our Highland Lakes system could be left out to dry from this.

Credit: Meteorologist Jordan Darensbourg

The KVUE Storm Team will continue to monitor this developing forecast.

In the meantime, the extended forecast can be found below:

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