CENTRAL, Texas — HOURLY FORECAST: See what the weather will be like by the hour
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SHORT TERM FORECAST
Stout south winds will prevail tonight. By daybreak tomorrow, a slow-moving cold front will be moving into the Big Country and sluggishly grind southeastward. The US 281 corridor could see light rain showers beginning tomorrow morning which will migrate toward Temple/Killeen/Waco through the rest of the day.
Tonight: Increasing clouds, low 58°. South wind 15-20 mph, and gusty.
Tuesday: Cloudy, 50% showers, high 67°. Southeast 10-15, and gusty.
The potential for heavy rain will exist along and east of I-35 Tuesday evening through Wednesday morning. By early Wednesday morning, the front should pick up momentum and clear the Brazos Valley. 1 to 2 inches of rain is expected along and east of the I-35 corridor with locally higher amounts. A pocket of Arctic air glides into Central Texas Thursday promising a cool down with a widespread freeze possible Saturday morning.
Tuesday Night: Overcast, 60% rain and thunder, low 43°. Northwest wind 15-20 mph. and gusty.
Wednesday: Overcast 50% showers, high 58°. Northwest 10-15, and gusty.
Wednesday Night: Clearing, low 37°. Southwest 8-12.
Thursday: Sunny, high 65°. Northwest 15-20, and gusty..
Thursday Night: Clear, low 35°. Northwest 15-20, and gusty.
Friday: Sunny, high 53°. Northwest 15-20, and gusty.
Friday Night: A few clouds, low 30°. Northwest 5-10.
Saturday: Sunny, high 56°. Southeast 10-15. and gusty.
Saturday Night: Increasingly cloudy, low 34°. South 10-15.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, 20% showers, high 60. South 15-20, and gusty.
Sunday Night: Cloudy, 30% showers, low 50. South 20-25, and gusty.
Monday: Overcast, 40% showers, high 66. South 20-25, and gusty.