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      Saturday, November 28th, 2015


      The main story of this weekend is quickly becoming the very low wind chills and dangerous cold. Now, is it extreme cold? No. But, these wind chills could fall into the 20's in portions of the Hill Country tonight, and into the 30's for most of the area. Please bundle up if you're planning on being outside at all, and make sure not to forget pets or the elderly if you go anywhere tonight! Remember, with winds, these temperatures can feel a lot colder than the actual reading on your smartphone or from a thermometer.


      Sunday- Lo/Hi: 41/49, Cloudy skies, Showers and Moderate showers Possible especially in the Morning. Chance of rain: 60%. Rain ending by the end of the day. Winds: NNE 10-15. Wind Chills a factor into the evening: {<}40's possible.

      Monday- Lo/Hi: 46/58, Mostly Cloudy skies, Slight chance for rain, especially in the morning, 30%. Winds: N 5-10. Wind chills possible overnight and early in the morning, around 40-45.

      Tuesday- Lo/Hi: 48/56, Mostly Cloudy skies, Slight chance for rain, especially in the evening, 40%. Winds: NNE 5-10


      This is a monster system across the Midwest United States; bringing rain, freezing rain, ice, and snow to portions of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas! The good news for Central Texas? NO ICE or wintry precipitation for us. Only rain. But the rain is starting to add up. Well over an inch of rain fell in Austin on Thursday, and more has fallen today-in fact nearly an inch as well. Two-day totals are nearing 1.7-1.9 inches for locations very close to and just west of Austin. That brings our yearly rainfall up to 56.62"!! WHICH is the 2ND MOST ALL-TIME! The record is 64.68", so we've got around 10 inches to go, but an entire month of December left in the year! I would expect us to pick up an additional 1-2" through this weekend. Saturday and Sunday-chances are high for rain to continue due to the remnants of Hurricane Sandra, making their way across the Lone Star state from the southwest. I maintain chances between 70%-90% for Austin for the entire weekend. It's starting to look like the rain will taper off as we approach Sunday afternoon and evening. Track the rain and watch the radar, here: http://keyetv.com/weather/radar


      The cold front has already moved through and it is definitely having a major effect on our temperatures. Throughout the next several hours-into the evening, we will continue to drop. High temperatures for Saturday and Sunday, post-frontal passage will land only in the 40's! WOW! With strong winds out of the north at 15mph gusting to 20, that will feel more like the upper 30's and lower 40's. Stay warm if you need to be outside! Overnight low temperatures won't fall all that much-but with some variation across the region-I would expect portions of the Hill Country to fall into the 30's; whereas Austin and ABIA will land in the lower 40's. For this reason and due to ongoing rainfall and accumulating rain, I am maintaining our first ever Weather Alert Day for today, and also for Saturday. Find out more about weather alert days here: http://keyetv.com/news/local/introducing-keye-weather-alert-days


      Hurricane Sandra has decreased to a post-tropical Low and is still stalling off of the Mexico coastline, but she's feeding a lot of moisture into Texas. That along with this powerful cold front is going to give us a continued chance for rainfall over the next few days. The Hill Country should see the highest rain amounts from today through Sunday. I'm thinking we'll pick up 2-4 inches in the Hill Country with a few spots surpassing the 5" mark. Along the Metro areas -- I'm putting 1-3 inches along the I-35 corridor and same goes for those east of town. Rainfall will continue to be off and on throughout your Friday and all the way into Sunday morning. Track Sandra here: http://keyetv.com/weather/hurricane-tracker

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