I hope you got outside and enjoyed the gorgeous day we had across Central Texas... that is if you don't have any allergies.  If you were coughing and sneezing today then Oak is the culprit because it was measured high in both Austin and Round Rock.  

Tuesday started a little on the cold side with some 30s in the valleys but we all warmed into the upper 60s and low 70s.  Austin-Mabry started with a low of 42 degrees and ended the afternoon with a high of 71 degrees.  The Austin-Airport was one of the locations that dropped into the 30s this morning, all the way to 34 degrees, but rebounded nicely with a high of 70 degrees.  The wind was calm and still blowing out of the northeast.  It was literally a picture perfect day! 

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High pressure will continue to dominate our weather Wednesday and then it will leave the Lone Star state.  The return flow around the high will usher in winds from the south and southeast which will provide us with more humidity, cloud cover and warmer temperatures.  We'll warm into the upper 70s by Thursday and then the 80s Friday through early next week.  The trade off with the warmer weather will be some rain as a weak disturbance moves overhead on Thursday night/Friday and then a cold front by Sunday.  Our rain chances will remain pretty low at just 20% - 30% and rain totals between 0.10" to 0.25".  

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Meteorologist Mary Wasson 
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