AUSTIN, Texas — A southerly wind has brought humidity back in full force! This keeps morning lows near 70 with clouds and areas of patchy fog. More sunshine is added into the mix during the afternoon hours with a gradual warming trend through the weekend. Highs will climb to the upper 80s before the end of the week.
A weak Pacific cold front stalls just north of Central Texas on Thursday. As a result, rain stays to our north with little to no rainfall locally. A mostly dry forecast remain through the week.
Weekend high temperatures climb to near 90 degrees with high humidity. A few sea breeze showers may sneak into our eastern counites, otherwise dry.
If you're wondering when the next cold front arrives, computer models are hinting another Pacific system pushing through mid-next week.
Clearing to partly sunny. South-southeast wind at 5 to 10 mph.
Mostly clear then patchy fog late. Southeast wind at 5 mph.
Mostly sunny and warm. East wind at 5 to 10 mph.
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