AUSTIN (KXAN) — Chilly mornings and mild afternoons are forecast across Central Texas through Thanksgiving.
Temperatures are warming rapidly Wednesday afternoon with gusty west/southwest winds moving in. Expect high temperatures near 70 in the Hill Country and in the middle 70s in Austin. Dry, pleasant weather will continue through the end of this holiday week with chilly mornings and mild afternoons.
Though the weather is pleasant in Texas this Thanksgiving holiday, a significant snowstorm is impacting travel in the northeast. Track the latest flight delays this Thanksgiving holiday here.
Humidity and clouds will increase over the coming holiday weekend as temperatures rise to unseasonably warm values, courtesy of the return of southerly flow. Patchy, light fog and light drizzle are possible Saturday and Sunday mornings.
We are tracking a cold front that may make it as far south as Central Texas early next week. As it stands now, the front is forecast to bring just a few showers Monday as it blows through, then cooler–but not frigid–weather early next week.
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