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Forecast: Warmup begins Sunday after a chilly Saturday night

Here are the latest updates from the KVUE Storm Team.

AUSTIN, Texas — While we've continued to dry out from Friday night's rain as a part of an upper-level disturbance that's moving to the north, we've seen some cool temperatures and some windy conditions as well. We'll continue to be a bit on the breezy side Saturday night but don't expect the winds to be as strong later on as the pressure gradient decreases, with lows in the low to mid 40s and a light southwesterly breeze.

Sunday will yield the beginning of a warmup, with sunny skies as a ridge of high pressure builds from the west, and highs in the lower-to-mid 70s.

The warming trend continues for Monday, but an interesting dynamic has been shaping up with our model runs. It's not rain, but some short range models have printed out the possibility of fog to start the morning commute on Monday before mixing out later in the afternoon. Tuesday we could get close to 80, but a weak Arctic front could introduce some isolated rain showers and some compressional heating which could lead to an afternoon high in the 80s if the compression is strong enough.

Behind the front, we'll drop to the 50s with more breezy conditions before we get back to the 60s for Friday.

SATURDAY NIGHT:
Clear and chilly. Southwest wind at 5 to 10 mph.
LOW: 45

SUNDAY:
Mainly sunny and warmer. West wind 5 to 10 mph.
HIGH: 73

SUNDAY NIGHT:
Clear and chilly. Southwest wind at 5 to 10 mph.
LOW: 43

MONDAY:
Mostly sunny and warmer with a slight chance of some patchy fog to start the day. West wind 5 to 10 mph.
HIGH: 76

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