Friday in Austin will start off cold, with temperatures in the 40s and 50s, but the sun will bring temperatures to a high of 73 degrees by the afternoon, the National Weather Service said.
Evening temperatures will be in the 60s and 50s.
Saturday’s weather will be similar, and Sunday will be even warmer, the weather service said. Saturday morning will start in the high 40s and eventually warm up into the 70s. Sunday morning will start in the 50s, and afternoon temperatures will rise to a high of 78 degrees.
Austin’s weather will be sunny and pleasant the rest of the week, the National Weather Service said.
Thursday in Austin will start off cold, with temperatures in the 30s and 40s, but the sun will bring temperatures into the high 60s and possibly the low 70s by the afternoon, the National Weather Service said.
Evening temperatures will return to the 50s.
Friday temperatures will be similar, but Saturday and Sunday are expected to be warmer, the weather service said. Saturday morning will start in the high 40s and eventually warm up into the 70s. Sunday morning will start in the 50s, and afternoon temperatures will rise to a high of 78 degrees.
But don’t worry — that’s the coldest it will get all week, according to the weather service. In the coming days, lows are expected to be in the 40s and 50s and highs are expected to be in the 60s and 70s.
Tuesday forecast for Austin: Grab your winter coats before you head out the door — and say goodbye to that sunshine and the warm spring-like temperatures we’ve seen in the past few days. A winter chill settles in for the next two days.
A cold front swept through the Austin metro area overnight, leaving blustery winds in its wake. Folks are waking up to gusts as high as 25 mph and cloudy skies. Temperatures will drop to the mid-40s before rising to the mid-50s again later in the day. The nighttime low is expected to drop to around 37, according to the National Weather Service.
On Wednesday, the sunshine returns, forecasters say, but the daily peak temperatures will remain in the mid- to upper 50s. At night, the skies remain clear but the overnight low will fall to near-freezing temperatures around 33.
By Thursday the above-normal warmth makes a comeback, as high temperatures will rise to near 67 under sunny skies, forecaster say. At night, the outlook calls for clear skies with a low around 40.
The weekend outlook promises to be warmer and sunnier than anything we’ve seen all month: Friday’s high is expected to be near 69; Saturday’s high could be near 73 and Sunday’s temperatures could approach 80.
Otherwise, the morning will be mostly cloudy, with temperatures in the high 50s and low 60s.
The afternoon will gradually become sunny, with a high near 72 degrees.
Enjoy that weather while you can, because a low pressure system is expected to arrive tonight, bringing cold weather and rain through Tuesday night, the weather service said. The cold weather will last through at least Wednesday.
The chance of rain tonight is 20 percent, and expect a low of 44 degrees tonight. The 20 percent chance of showers continues through Tuesday night.
The National Weather Service outlook for Friday calls for sunny skies with a high only around 54, several degrees below normal. The north-northwest winds that have kicking around your lawn decorations will produce gusts as high as 25 mph, the weather service said.
At night, winds will diminish under clear skies but with an overnight low near freezing, around 33 degrees.
Austin will likely wake up to frosty conditions on Saturday morning, which is expected to be sunny, forecasters say. The high temperature will stay in the mid-50s near 56. At night, the low temperature will drop to the mid-30s.
A warming trend begins on Sunday and extends into Monday, with daily peak temperatures rising to between 65 and 70 degrees.
But Austin being Austin, the warming trend vanishes as quickly as it arrived, as temperatures on Tuesday drop to a sunny high of only 57.
A dense fog advisory is in effect for Travis, Hays, Williamson, Bastrop and other counties Thursday morning until 9 a.m., the National Weather Service said.
If you’re driving, use your lights, but not your high-beams; leave plenty of space between you and the vehicle ahead; and be aware that pedestrians, bicyclists and vehicles could suddenly appear in the fog.
There is a 40 percent chance of showers before noon Thursday, the service said. It will be cloudy through the mid-morning, then the clouds will gradually clear throughout the day. We should hit a high near 60 degrees this afternoon.
We’ll begin to see lows in the 30s and highs in the 50s again Friday and Saturday, the service said. Expect a low of 33 degrees around dawn Saturday.
Then, warmer-than-normal temperatures are expected in Austin by Sunday, with temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s, the service said.
There is a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms after midnight that will extend into Thursday morning, the service said. As rain chances diminish, expect a sunny, clear day with a high of 66 degrees Thursday.
Once a weak cold front blows through Central Texas, Friday will see a return to the cold temperatures we saw last week, with a forecast low of 31 degrees and a high of 58 degrees.
By Sunday, Austin should experience warmer-than-normal temperatures, with temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s, the service said.
Commuters driving through Hays, eastern Travis and Bastrop counties are seeing patchy fog Tuesday morning, and the fog may be thickening around the Interstate 35 corridor in Austin.
Tuesday will be partly cloudy in the morning, with temperatures in the 40s and 50, the weather service says.
Then, skies will turn partly sunny in the late morning and for the rest of the day, forecasters say. High temperatures will be around 68, and Austin should reach a low of 46 degrees this evening.
There is a 20 percent chance of showers between midnight and 3 a.m. as a weak cold front approaches the area, the service says.
Partly sunny skies are expected to continue Wednesday, the service says, but another 20 percent chance of rain, as well as thunderstorms, is in the forecast Wednesday night as a second but stronger cold front arrives in Central Texas.
The cold front will push daily high temperatures into the 50s starting Friday, when Austin is expected to see a high of 56 degrees and a low of 35 degrees.
The rest of the week should see sunny to partly sunny skies with highs near 70 Tuesday through Thursday before dipping down into the 50s again, according to the service. Overnight lows won’t fall below the mid 50s by Thursday, the service said.