First Warning Weather
Winter Loses Some Punch
Saturday morning will start out cold and wet with temperatures near 40. Rain chances will back off as we head into the mid-morning hours. Temperatures will not change much. The cold arctic air will finally begin to lose its punch a bit. Noon temperatures will be near the mid 40s. Clouds will remain throughout the afternoon as gulf moisture continues to flow up and over the cold air at the surface. Peak afternoon temperatures will be in the low 50s. Saturday evening will be drier with light north to northeast winds. Mid-evening temperatures will only change by a degree or two.
Long term – another wild weather roller coaster ride. Sunday temperatures climb into the 70s as the polar begins to fade a bit more. Rain chances and clouds will continue to hold for most of the week. Temperatures warm into the upper 70s on Monday and near 80 by Tuesday. Meanwhile another arctic air mass will be diving southward. Look for Wednesday to be the day of change. Temperatures will hit the high mark about mid day and then fall through the afternoon into the 40s. Forecast models already showing another chance of wintery precipitation for the Hill Country. The week will end with freezing temperatures in the morning and low 50s for the afternoon. Well below our normal temperatures.
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