Fog, drizzle, then 80s return Tuesday ahead of next cold front
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Patchy fog and drizzle is expected through the early morning hours.
Clouds will clear during the afternoon after a foggy start. South to southwest winds will send afternoon temperatures surging to the upper 70s to a few between 80° and 82°.
This warming weather pattern comes to an end overnight as our next cold front pushes through our area. It will arrive around midnight and will rapidly move to the south leaving us a north wind.
Wind speeds will increase during the overnight hours with gusts reaching as high as 25 to 30+ mph between 6 and 10 a.m.
No rain is expected as the cold front pushes through our area.
Thursday will be the coldest morning with most lows in the middle to upper 30s.
A little rain will be possible Friday with warming temperatures and cloudy skies through the weekend.
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