Thunderstorms rumbled through Central Texas overnight with some briefly heavy downpours during the 3 o'clock hour immediate ahead of our latest cold front. As a result, we're back to normal temperatures for several days this week.

Today's forecast calls for abundant afternoon sunshine along with that gusty north breeze, and forecast highs around 75-80.

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Top Sunday evening-Monday morning rain totals

  • 1.44"  Rosanky
  • 1.04"  Smithville
  • 0.94"  Elgin
  • 0.80"  Fredericksburg
  • 0.78"  Dripping Springs
  • 0.67"  Wimberley
  • 0.57"  Lago Vista
  • 0.55"  Lockhart
  • 0.50"  Leander
  • 0.48"  Round Rock
  • 0.43"  Marble Falls
  • 0.35"  Burnet
  • 0.29"  Hutto
  • 0.25"  Austin Metro
  • 0.24"  Fort Hood

Winds will die down and, under clear skies, it'll be a very chilly night. I'm planning for widespread 40s in the suburbs and Hill Country, and a Tuesday sunrise low near 50-52 in the city. 

It'll be another bright, sunny day and, thanks to very dry air in place, temps will warm up pretty quickly to a high near 80. On Wednesday, we're calling for low 80s.

Another transition takes place on Thursday as an even stronger, polar cold front is scheduled to arrive in Austin during the morning hours. It brings a 50% chance for showers & storms, followed by a notably colder day on Friday. We're calling for daytime 60s to close out the week, then we head into the weekend with morning temps in the 40s.

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--Chief Meteorologist Burton Fitzsimmons (@Burton_Spectrum)