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Sunny & Warm Thursday

Fantastic Thursday

This Thursday is going to be wonderful across Central Texas! Things start off a little cool with morning temperatures in the 40s and low 50s. You'll likely want a jacket getting out the door this morning, but it definitely won't be needed long. We have temperatures by 10:00 AM in the mid to upper 60s, 70s for lunchtime and highs topping out in the mid 80s! It will be sunny and warm with light winds to boot. 

Tonight we cool back off with temperatures getting down into the low 50s early tomorrow morning. There will be a few more clouds headed out way. Tomorrow brings slightly cooler temperatures with highs in the upper 70s, but still a really nice day and one with out any rain. 

For the weekend: We have a small chance for some rain west of I-35 late in the day on Saturday. Most of us will stay dry for the weekend. There is another chance for rain that will head our way early on Monday morning. The rain chances will stick around for (at least) the first half of next week. 

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