Soggy, cool day ahead; sunshine returns late-week


Thursday will be cool and crisp with mostly sunny skies and temps ranging from 47 in the morning to 61 in the afternoon.

Tonight, drizzle is possible early otherwise we'll keep mostly cloudy skies and cold lows in the middle 30's. Rain chances will end Wednesday night, as temperatures drop to the low 40s in Austin and mid to upper 30s in the Hill Country.

Clouds and showers will move out on Thursday with highs near 60. A much colder morning in the lower 30s expected Friday morning. A few snow showers are possible late Saturday night into Sunday morning.

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Highs will only be in the low to mid-50s on Wednesday, with patchy rain and a north wind gusting to 20 miles per hour at times. High pressure builds in relaxing the winds and bringing a day of sunshine to begin the weekend.

While temperatures today aren't too bad, we will be getting progressively cooler by the end of the workweek, with some of the coldest air of the season moving into the region. "That cold front swept through the area Monday evening whisking away the warmth and leaving behind no more than.10" of rain. Clouds thicken overnight as the next system moves through the area. That ocean breeze, coupled with the proximity of those southern disturbances, probably means more clouds than sun, with highs in the low 50s each day, actually a bit below our early November average. Highs Sunday are in the upper 40s.