Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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AUSTIN WEATHER

Weather

  • morning Mid 60s
  • daytime Upper 80s
  • evening Near 80
  • overnight Near 70

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  • 04/23/2014 05:52 AM

Central Texas Warms Up, Nearing Ninety

It's feeling more and more like a typical spring across the Lone Star State, complete with warmth, humidity, and occasional storms. As our morning clouds break to reveal more afternoon sun, we'll warm into the upper 80s to almost 90 degrees. Temps right now:

Click for map of yesterday's highs.

Our only travel concern? Some patchy fog is creeping up from the coast:

For much of the day, our forecast calls for partly sunny skies but there might be a few storm clouds billowing up out west by late afternoon. A new storm system is overtaking the Western US, and it'll help send the West Texas dryline into the Hill Country tonight. Along that dryline, isolated strong to severe storms are expected to fire up. The most intense are expected to remain north and west of our area, as indicated by NOAA's SLIGHT RISK outlook, though we'll have to keep an eye on it. As Futurecast shows a few blips of green near the area tonight, our rain chance is 20% after sunset. And we'll keep the rain chance at 20% for tomorrow, too, as the tail of a weak cold front eases into the area by late afternoon or early evening.

Computer models hint at light accumulations, in general, though isolated downpours could amount to much more:

Conditions border on "HOT" this weekend, especially Saturday. Another large Pacific disturbance will slowly make it into the middle of the country by early next week, pushing a weak front into our area Sunday night/Monday morning with another storm chance. A slightly stronger cold front is on the docket for next Tuesday, with temps closer to normal by the middle of next week. Be sure to check back for updates on the extended forecast.

Wildflower Photos...  Pretty colors of the wildflower season can still be seen across the landscape of Central Texas. If you haven't already, take a moment to snap and send a wildflower picture of your own to txphotos@twcnews.com, post on our facebook page, or tweet @twcnewsaustin.  Please identify the location and anyone who is in the photo(s), then watch to see if your picture makes it on Time Warner Cable News.

Enjoy your Wednesday.

SUN/MOON

  • SUNRISE06:55 AMSUNSET08:04 PM
  • MOONRISE03:02 AMMOONSET02:38 PM
  • MOONRISEWaning CrescentWaning Crescent

Current Temps

  • ABIA56ºFair
  • AUSTIN63ºFair
  • BOERNE55ºFair
  • BURNET62ºFair
  • CASTROVILLE67ºMostly Cloudy
  • COLLEGE STATION63ºFair
  • FORT HOOD63ºFair
  • FREDERICKSBURG56ºFair
  • HONDO70ºOvercast
  • KERRVILLE59ºFair
  • K-FH AIRPORT64ºFair
  • KILLEENFair
  • LACKLAND AFB66ºFair
  • MARBLE FALLS60ºFair
  • MCGREGOR57ºFair
  • NEW BRAUNFELS60ºFair
  • PLEASANTON65ºFair
  • RANDOLPH AFB61ºFair
  • SA INT'L AIRPORT66ºFair
  • SAN MARCOS57ºFair
  • STINSON FIELD67ºA Few Clouds
  • TEMPLE61ºFair
  • UVALDE68ºPartly Cloudy
  • WACO55ºFair

National Temps

  • ATLANTA58ºFairBOSTON52ºMostly Cloudy
  • CHICAGO35ºFairDALLAS/FORT WORTH62ºFair
  • DENVER60ºMostly CloudyHOUSTON65ºPatches Fog
  • MIAMI67ºA Few CloudsNEW ORLEANS63ºFair
  • PHOENIX75ºA Few CloudsSAN FRANCISCO53ºA Few Clouds
  • SEATTLE44ºMostly CloudyWASHINGTON DC53ºA Few Clouds

Interactive Radar

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  • morning
  • daytime
  • evening

Your Forecast

  • 04/23/2014 05:44 AM

Central Texas Warms Up, Nearing Ninety

It's feeling more and more like a typical spring across the Lone Star State, complete with warmth, humidity, and occasional storms. As our morning clouds break to reveal more afternoon sun, we'll warm into the upper 80s to almost 90 degrees. Temps right now:

Click for map of yesterday's highs.

Our only travel concern? Some patchy fog is creeping up from the coast:

For much of the day, our forecast calls for partly sunny skies but there might be a few storm clouds billowing up out west by late afternoon. A new storm system is overtaking the Western US, and it'll help send the West Texas dryline into the Hill Country tonight. Along that dryline, isolated strong to severe storms are expected to fire up. The most intense are expected to remain north and west of our area, as indicated by NOAA's SLIGHT RISK outlook, though we'll have to keep an eye on it. As Futurecast shows a few blips of green near the area tonight, our rain chance is 20% after sunset. And we'll keep the rain chance at 20% for tomorrow, too, as the tail of a weak cold front eases into the area by late afternoon or early evening.

Computer models hint at light accumulations, in general, though isolated downpours could amount to much more:

Conditions border on "HOT" this weekend, especially Saturday. Another large Pacific disturbance will slowly make it into the middle of the country by early next week, pushing a weak front into our area Sunday night/Monday morning with another storm chance. A slightly stronger cold front is on the docket for next Tuesday, with temps closer to normal by the middle of next week. Be sure to check back for updates on the extended forecast.

Wildflower Photos...  Pretty colors of the wildflower season can still be seen across the landscape of Central Texas. If you haven't already, take a moment to snap and send a wildflower picture of your own to txphotos@twcnews.com, post on our facebook page, or tweet @twcnewsaustin.  Please identify the location and anyone who is in the photo(s), then watch to see if your picture makes it on Time Warner Cable News.

Enjoy your Wednesday.

SUN/MOON

  • SUNRISE6:49 amSUNSET8:05 pm
  • MOONRISE3:03 amMOONSET1:27 pm
  • MOONRISEWaning CrescentWaning Crescent

Current Temps

  • ABIA56ºFair
  • AUSTIN63ºFair
  • BOERNE55ºFair
  • BURNET62ºFair
  • CASTROVILLE67ºMostly Cloudy
  • COLLEGE STATION63ºFair
  • FORT HOOD63ºFair
  • FREDERICKSBURG56ºFair
  • HONDO70ºOvercast
  • KERRVILLE59ºFair
  • K-FH AIRPORT64ºFair
  • KILLEENFair
  • LACKLAND AFB66ºFair
  • MARBLE FALLS60ºFair
  • MCGREGOR57ºFair
  • NEW BRAUNFELS60ºFair
  • PLEASANTON65ºFair
  • RANDOLPH AFB61ºFair
  • SA INT'L AIRPORT66ºFair
  • SAN MARCOS57ºFair
  • STINSON FIELD67ºA Few Clouds
  • TEMPLE61ºFair
  • UVALDE68ºPartly Cloudy
  • WACO55ºFair

National Temps

  • ATLANTA58ºFairBOSTON52ºMostly Cloudy
  • CHICAGO35ºFairDALLAS/FORT WORTH62ºFair
  • DENVER60ºMostly CloudyHOUSTON65ºPatches Fog
  • MIAMI67ºA Few CloudsNEW ORLEANS63ºFair
  • PHOENIX75ºA Few CloudsSAN FRANCISCO53ºA Few Clouds
  • SEATTLE44ºMostly CloudyWASHINGTON DC53ºA Few Clouds

Interactive Radar

Weather

  • morning
  • daytime
  • evening

Your Forecast

  • 04/23/2014 05:44 AM

Central Texas Warms Up, Nearing Ninety

It's feeling more and more like a typical spring across the Lone Star State, complete with warmth, humidity, and occasional storms. As our morning clouds break to reveal more afternoon sun, we'll warm into the upper 80s to almost 90 degrees. Temps right now:

Click for map of yesterday's highs.

Our only travel concern? Some patchy fog is creeping up from the coast:

For much of the day, our forecast calls for partly sunny skies but there might be a few storm clouds billowing up out west by late afternoon. A new storm system is overtaking the Western US, and it'll help send the West Texas dryline into the Hill Country tonight. Along that dryline, isolated strong to severe storms are expected to fire up. The most intense are expected to remain north and west of our area, as indicated by NOAA's SLIGHT RISK outlook, though we'll have to keep an eye on it. As Futurecast shows a few blips of green near the area tonight, our rain chance is 20% after sunset. And we'll keep the rain chance at 20% for tomorrow, too, as the tail of a weak cold front eases into the area by late afternoon or early evening.

Computer models hint at light accumulations, in general, though isolated downpours could amount to much more:

Conditions border on "HOT" this weekend, especially Saturday. Another large Pacific disturbance will slowly make it into the middle of the country by early next week, pushing a weak front into our area Sunday night/Monday morning with another storm chance. A slightly stronger cold front is on the docket for next Tuesday, with temps closer to normal by the middle of next week. Be sure to check back for updates on the extended forecast.

Wildflower Photos...  Pretty colors of the wildflower season can still be seen across the landscape of Central Texas. If you haven't already, take a moment to snap and send a wildflower picture of your own to txphotos@twcnews.com, post on our facebook page, or tweet @twcnewsaustin.  Please identify the location and anyone who is in the photo(s), then watch to see if your picture makes it on Time Warner Cable News.

Enjoy your Wednesday.

SUN/MOON

  • SUNRISE6:51 amSUNSET8:03 pm
  • MOONRISE3:01 amMOONSET1:30 pm
  • MOONRISEWaning CrescentWaning Crescent

Current Temps

  • ABIA56ºFair
  • AUSTIN63ºFair
  • BOERNE55ºFair
  • BURNET62ºFair
  • CASTROVILLE67ºMostly Cloudy
  • COLLEGE STATION63ºFair
  • FORT HOOD63ºFair
  • FREDERICKSBURG56ºFair
  • HONDO70ºOvercast
  • KERRVILLE59ºFair
  • K-FH AIRPORT64ºFair
  • KILLEENFair
  • LACKLAND AFB66ºFair
  • MARBLE FALLS60ºFair
  • MCGREGOR57ºFair
  • NEW BRAUNFELS60ºFair
  • PLEASANTON65ºFair
  • RANDOLPH AFB61ºFair
  • SA INT'L AIRPORT66ºFair
  • SAN MARCOS57ºFair
  • STINSON FIELD67ºA Few Clouds
  • TEMPLE61ºFair
  • UVALDE68ºPartly Cloudy
  • WACO55ºFair

National Temps

  • ATLANTA58ºFairBOSTON52ºMostly Cloudy
  • CHICAGO35ºFairDALLAS/FORT WORTH62ºFair
  • DENVER60ºMostly CloudyHOUSTON65ºPatches Fog
  • MIAMI67ºA Few CloudsNEW ORLEANS63ºFair
  • PHOENIX75ºA Few CloudsSAN FRANCISCO53ºA Few Clouds
  • SEATTLE44ºMostly CloudyWASHINGTON DC53ºA Few Clouds

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