The first of several cold fronts moved through early Thursday, ushering cooler air and light rain into South Central Texas. Moisture is overrunning the cool air at the surface with clouds, sprinkles and a few showers likely through the day. Temperatures will be slow to rise and hold in the upper 60s.
A second, stronger cold front arrives Thursday night. This may produce some heavier rain and a few thunderstorms overnight and early Friday. Temperatures will fall to the low 50s and upper 40s. Showers are likely to continue through Friday, with most spots seeing a few tenths of an inch – but a few areas along and east of I-35 could see up to an inch.
Cool and wet conditions continue through Saturday with temperatures holding nearly steady into Sunday morning. Yet another cold front nears by Monday; this may bring the coldest temperatures of the season so far this year.
More details are in the Seven Day Forecast.
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