AUSTIN, Texas — It will be another humid weekend on tap with above-average temperatures. This trend continues through the beginning of next week. A southeast wind keeps dew points in the 60s and climbing into the 70s by Monday. As a result, warm mornings continue with areas of patchy fog.
A small, 10%, chance of rain this weekend due to an upper-level trough in the High Plains. If attending the Formula 1 races at COTA, raingear is not needed, but a passing shower is not ruled out.
Rain chances climb to 20% on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. An upper-level system swings a cold front through the area early Wednesday morning. This front interacts with a tropical air mass to bring rain. Highest rain totals look to stay east of the area.
The best part? This front drastically lowers humidity with temperatures closer to average just in time for Halloween weekend.
Lots of sunshine and warm. Southeast wind at 5 to 10 mph.
Increasing clouds. South wind at 5 mph.
Partly sunny skies. Spotty shower possible. South wind at 5 to 15 mph gusting up to 20 mph.
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