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Last Map Update: Mon, Jan. 17, 2022 at 7:01:18 pm CST

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Mild conditions are expected tonight across South CEntral Texas with overnight lows in the low to mid 40s. Some low clouds are possible late along the I-35 corridor, with passing high clouds likely across the West.
Much colder temperatures will combine with moisture on Thursday and Thursday night to result in the possibility of a wintry mix. It is too early to determine if and exactly where any accumulation may occur.
Under fair skies, a warming trend with well above normal temperatures is expected Tuesday into Wednesday. Then, another strong cold front moves through late Wednesday afternoon into evening bringing a return to much colder and well below normal temperatures for Thursday through next weekend. An upper level disturbance will bring low chances of mixed precipitation on Thursday into Thursday night. Amounts will be light and no snow or ice accumulations are currently expected.