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Cold Front Dropping South Across the Western U.S.; Watching Threat for Tornadoes and Flooding in the South

A cold front will push south across the Western U.S. into Tuesday with mountain snow and areas of gusty to high winds. An area of low pressure will form along this front on Tuesday and bring a potential for severe thunderstorms with tornadoes and excessive rainfall in the lower to mid Mississippi River Valley. To the north, heavy snow is possible in parts of the upper Midwest. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Nov. 28, 2022 at 4:42:25 am CST

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A cold front will drop temperatures down again on Wednesday. Until then, expect a gradual warm up into the 70s by early next week.
For West Central Texas, temperatures will reach the 70 to 75 degree range for highs this afternoon. The last time our highs were in the 70s was more than 2 weeks ago, on November 10.
For tonight, overnight lows will be 15 to 20 degrees warmer than the previous night. Low cloud cover will increase overnight for southern and eastern parts of the area.