Cold front is expected in central Texas next week

Our first strong cold front of the season is expected to bring big changes to central Texas.

AUSTIN, Texas — We know you haven’t needed it in a while, but it’s almost time for you to dust off your umbrella.

Have you forgotten where your umbrella is anyway? This is understandable as we have not received any measurable rainfall at Camp Mabry since September 7th. That could change if a strong cold front hits central Texas early next week.

Conditions are expected to remain warm and rain free over the weekend, with afternoon highs remaining above average in the low 90s. However, the first true autumn cold front is expected to arrive late Sunday evening into Monday, changing our prediction quite a bit.

Recent forecast models show that the front will approach central Texas late Sunday, but may not pass through the region until Monday. This can lead to isolated showers and thunderstorms as early as Sunday evening. This could of course be relevant for late Sunday afternoon or evening performances during the second weekend Austin city limits (ACL) Fixed.

We’ll need to iron out the specific details regarding the schedule as we get closer to the weekend, but here’s the latest projected impact that we’re anticipating.

probability of rain

Drought conditions have continued to worsen in recent weeks as there has been no significant rainfall across the state. This cold front is expected to bring our best chance of rain in over a month! Our current forecast is for a 50% chance of scattered showers and storms late Sunday and even higher chances of rain on Monday as the cold front advances further south.

Recent precipitation forecasts estimate the potential for one to two inches of precipitation with isolated higher totals possible over the next seven days.

Immerse yourself in the temperatures

Are you ready for it to feel like fall? Then you are in luck! Overcast, rain and cooler air behind the front are expected to bring our temperatures down drastically early next week. Afternoon highs will fall into the upper 70s on Monday and possibly in the low to mid 70s on Tuesday.

The KVUE weather team will continue to closely monitor the forecast over the coming days and provide updates on air and online. In the meantime, check out your extended forecast here:

https://www.kvue.com/article/weather/strong-cold-front-expected/269-7166a4bf-2130-465b-9520-e2614ea0a957 Cold front is expected in central Texas next week

Laura Coffey

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