AUSTIN (KXAN) — The cold front we were watching this morning has unfortunately stalled on our doorstep this afternoon and has since started to retreat back to the north as a warm front. Those of you in San Saba and Lampasas counties saw a brief cool down this afternoon, but for the rest of Central Texas, we look to remain on the warm side.
There is some good news with this front, though. We could be seeing a few showers and maybe an isolated storm tomorrow, as moist air over Central Texas interacts with the remnants of the front. While it is a small chance, it’s worth mentioning since we’ve been so dry and look to stay dry for the next week or so. Highs tomorrow will be in the mid 80s with southeast winds around 5 to 10 mph.
The rest of the week will be warm and muggy with morning clouds giving way to afternoon sunshine. Highs will be in the mid 80s with lows on either side of 70 degrees. It won’t be until late Friday when a strong (but dry) cold front will sweep through the entire region and give us a drop in temperatures and humidity for the first half of the weekend.
Atlantic hurricane season 2020 been record-setting in several categories. Find out what to expect for the rest of the season here.
- Second time in history we’ve exhausted all 21 listed names, resulting in having to use the Greek alphabet for further storm development
- More than 17 named storms have set early-formation records
- Record 10 landfalling storms in the U.S.
- Hurricane Delta the strongest-ever Greek-named storm with 145 mph peak winds, and the first hurricane with a Greek name to make landfall in the U.S.