Photo courtesy of Andy Jechow

A brief, beautiful break in Friday’s clouds

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Cool air keeps moving into Central Texas Friday, thanks to northeasterly winds at the surface. About 8,000 feet up, there’s more moisture in the atmosphere, so cloud cover is developing. It’s moving south to north at this time. The clouds across the area are stratocumulus, associated with the cold, dreary weather have been hanging around Austin all day. They’re large and gray, like sheets — with lots of little waves. At a brief moment between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Friday, the clouds cleared. Here’s what it looked like on satellite & radar: Though the clouds are developing for…