As Mother Nature struts her fickle fashion, Austinites swapped out their weekend shades for scarves—an unpredictable rumba of temperatures sweeps through the Texas state. The city's flirtation with crisp autumnal climes is courtesy of a weak front that graced the skies last night. With a breath of dry air, the city finds itself in the embrace of cooler, more seasonal highs, as reported by FOX 7 Austin.
Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies can be expected tonight along with lows in the upper 30s to mid 40s. pic.twitter.com/OZqFQAe9Zt— NWS Austin/San Antonio (@NWSSanAntonio) December 3, 2023
Grab your warm brews and rejoice, Texans; those sunny yet chilled mornings are here to extend the weekend's respite. Temperatures took a gracious dip with Camp Mabry hitting a low of 50°, a mere five above what's normal for this time of year. That's not all—the airport saw a modest 46°, cozying up four notches above the usual, according to KXAN.
Looking forward, Saturday could tease a change—a whispered promise of rain as a cold front barges in from the north, colliding with Gulf moisture, though it may amount to mere drops, mostly lost to the land east of I-35. Sunday's sun could dawn cooler post-front, with highs daring only to reach the frisky upper 50s to low 60s, as per KXAN.