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More frozen precipitation possible on Tuesday

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Another arctic cold front will move through Texas on Monday as an upper level disturbance approaches from the west. Precipitation will likely begin to develop across central Texas on Tuesday morning as moisture interacts with the arctic air mass over the region. Temperatures with this possible event look to be slightly colder than last week’s; therefore more snow and sleet is possible than freezing rain. Austin and San Antonio could see snow/ice totals up to .50 inch, while College Station and Houston could see 1-2 inches of snow/ice accumulations by Tuesday night. Sunny skies will likely return to the area on Wednesday, but it will still be very cold as high temperatures struggle to reach 40 degrees. A warming trend will begin on Thursday and rain chances could return by next weekend.


Monday: Mostly cloudy, windy, and turning much colder. High: 50, Low: 40.

Tuesday: Cloudy with a 50% chance of snow and sleet. High: 31, Low: 27.

Wednesday: Sunny and cold. High: 39, Low: 23.

Thursday: Partly cloudy and warmer. High: 61, Low: 31.

Friday: Partly sunny and more humid. High: 71, Low: 47.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of rain. High: 73, Low: 55.



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