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A line of storms will exit Central Texas this morning. Some rain will linger in East Texas, but all of the activity will come to an end before midday. Clouds will quickly clear, with sunny skies prevailing the remainder of the day. Gusty north winds will make it feel cool, but high temperatures will be in the 70s across the region.
Dry, pleasant fall weather is expected this week. Another front will bring cool and breezy conditions to the region Monday night and Tuesday. Breezy winds are expected again on Thursday in advance of another cold front arriving Friday.

 
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Video Public Service Announcements
2006

The 30-second safety announcements below are available in wav and mp3 format.  The wav files are high-quality files for broadcast use, and are quite large (around 2.5 MB).  The mp3 files are for general use, and are smaller and easier to download (around 300 KB).  These files may be copied and used for educational, preparedness, and public service use.