- By Adam Krueger
- 12/08/2013 07:43 PM
Remains Chilly, Possible Freezing Fog in the Morning
An interesting mix of temperatures Sunday with sun west and clouds east. Parts of the Hill Country enjoyed 50s...
Despite the clearing, clouds fill back in overnight and there even be some freezing fog, mainly during the 4AM-8AM time frame. This may lead to slick bridges and overpasses. Click here for the statement from the National Weather Service.
We're calling for a low right at freezing in Austin in the morning. Areas south and southeast will likely have lows in the low to mid 30s. Areas W/NW/N of Austin may see some upper 20s.
A reinforcing cold front moves in during the day Monday, keeping the chill in place for a few more days. Monday temps will be no warmer than the low to mid 40s. The front also brings a north wind at 10-15+ late Monday through early Tuesday, which will make Tuesday morning's freezing temperatures feel even colder.
As for precip, right now odds are looking very low with this front, as seen on Futurecast. It's only a 10-20% chance Monday, with any precip likely ending Monday evening before temps drop below freezing.
Highs continue in the 40s through Thursday, with 50s returning Friday and 60s by the weekend. Also, rain chances go up during the 2nd half of the week. Check out the extended forecast for details.
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