Central Texas skies have been primarily cloudy for more than a week, but today looks to be the final day of this gloomy weather for a while.

After starting with some fog and light showers (30% rain chance, mostly before lunch), south-southwesterly winds will help bring back some comfort with afternoon highs in the low to mid 60s.

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A weak cold front is on track to arrive in Austin around or shortly after midnight.  There's a brief 20% rain chance as the front approaches then we'll find breezy northerly winds in its wake.  Plan for a chilly start tomorrow with morning lows in the 40s, then we'll move back into seasonable 60s by afternoon.  And, the best news of all, it's going to be sunny for a change!

In the Hill Country and suburbs, we'll look for a light freeze early Wednesday morning under clear skies then temps will warm up to the mid 60s by afternoon.  We're calling for mostly sunny skies.

Valentine's Day on Thursday looks to be the warmest of the week with highs in the 70s.  Another fairly weak cold front should arrive without fanfare on Friday, leaving us with slightly cooler daytime 60s into the weekend.

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--Chief Meteorologist Burton Fitzsimmons (@Burton_Spectrum)