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Last Map Update: Tue, Jan. 16, 2018 at 11:31:14 pm CST

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Tonight will be very cold, with low temperatures in the teens across the Hill Country and Austin area, with temperatures in the 20s elsewhere. Wind chills will be even colder, reaching the single digits in the coldest spots. This will result in a hard freeze across all of South Central Texas. Some icy areas may persist on roadways due to the cold temperatures overnight.
A cold but dry day will be in store Wednesday as our winter weather has moved out of the area today. A hard freeze is expected overnight tonight through the morning hours Wednesday but temperatures are only expected to warm into the upper 30s and low 40s. Through the week, temperatures are expected to warm considerably, and even reach the 70s in some places over the weekend. Next best shot at rain will be Sunday for locations along and east of the I-35 corridor.
Take it slow on the roadways as slick spots due to ice can lead in accidents. 70% of snow and ice-related injuries occur in automobiles so use extreme caution if you must be travelling.