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A strong cold front will arrive today, mostly by afternoon across Central Texas. A Wind Advisory is in effect until 5 pm CST for the entire area. North-northwest winds 20 to 30 mph, with gusts to between 35 and 40 mph are expected once the cold front passes through any one particular area.
A strong, but mostly precipitation-free, cold front will slide through North and Central TX today. Mild and breezy conditions are forecast ahead of the front through midday across Central Texas, with much cooler and windier conditions expected in its wake. By Saturday Evening, the front swill be long gone with winds diminishing rapidly after nightfall.
It'll be a mostly clear and cold Saturday night with low temperatures ranging from the mid 30s to low 40s. After a windy Saturday, winds will decrease overnight to less than 10 mph. If you plan to be outdoors tonight, be sure to bundle up!
There will be a brief warming trend across parts of North and Central TX early next week. With high pressure in control, rain chances look to be near zero. High temperatures should be near seasonal averages.
Near seasonal temperatures will climb to above normal values through the work week with just a few light sprinkles down across southest zones on Tuesday. Travel looks great for the Thanksgiving Day holiday.

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