Sunday Forecast, January 22nd, 2017
SATURDAY NIGHT-SUNDAY MORNING
Isolated sprinkles will remain around the region, then generally clearing in the morning hours. Winds will start to pick up 15-25mph out of the NW. Check the radar anytime, here: http://keyetv.com/weather/radar
FIRE WEATHER WARNING for Central Texas for Sunday.
Sunny skies and temps in the upper 60s and lower 70s Sunday will mix with steep winds out of the Northwest at 20-30mph, gusting occasionally to 40-45mph! With dry conditions in place, any fires will spread quickly across our region tomorrow. The winds will also be surprising at times, especially if we see gusts to 50mph!
STRONG STORM SYSTEM moving east.
Dueling Tornado watches are in place over LA, East Texas, Ar, and MS this evening and reports of large tornadoes have been coming in. These are far to our east and won't affect us, but add this to the surprising surge in storms this January so far.
CBS Austin Extended Forecast:
Fire Weather Warning for Sunday, slight shot at rain tonight, Wednesday, and next Saturday, but other than that, plentiful sunshine and temps staying above average!
TV Broadcast Meteorologist.
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Austin, Texas. 78758.
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