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Last Map Update: Wed, Dec. 12, 2018 at 10:49:15 pm CST

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Mild temperatures with showers along and east of the I-35 corridor tonight. Some fog could develop along the Rio Grande Plains towards morning. Areas further east could see an isolated thunderstom.
Red Flag Warning in effect for Rio Grande Plains from 11am through 7pm Thursday. Strong northwest winds with gusts between 40-50pmh and marginally low relative humidities are expected.
As the upper level low moves north of our area some wrap around precipitation is possible Thursday night. With temperatures dropping to near freezing at the surface and below freezing above the surface a rain/snow mix will be possible across the Edwards Plateau and Hill Country Thursday night and Friday morning. While most areas will not see see accumulations, parts of Burnet and Llano County could see up to an inch of snow accumulation on grassy surfaces. San Antonio and Austin are NOT expected to see the rain snow mix at this time, just a cold light rain.
Wind Advisory is in effect from 10am Thursday through midnight. Strong northwest winds expected across all areas in the wake of the cold front. Winds 20 to 30 mph are expected to spread across the area with max gusts between 40-50 mph acrosss most of the area. Be sure to secure any outdoor decorations and any other loose outdoor items that may easly blow away with expected winds.
A strong cold front will bring overnight showers into the morning hours across the Hill Country and eastern Counties on Thursday. In the wake of the frontal boundary. Strong northwest winds will spread across the entire area with winds of 30 to 40 mph and gusts as high as 50 mph. Near Critical Fire Weather conditions are expected across the eastern two-thirds of the area with Critical Fire Weather concerns along the Rio Grande Plains. Then later at night, temperatures will drop to the lower 30s across the Hill Country while an upper level disturbance moves across central Texas and produce light precipitation in form of wintry mix (snow/rain). No accumulation expected. Rest of the area remains cloudy. A nice warm up is expected for the upcoming weekend with sunny to partly cloudy skies and highs in the mid 60s.
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