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Forecast: Happy....Easter? Easter-like temperatures for most of next week

Here are the latest updates from the KVUE Storm Team.

AUSTIN, Texas — While we were on the chilly side Saturday with that frontal boundary passage, this won't last that long, as that same cold front is expected to rise back north later Sunday evening that'll warm our temperatures for most of next week.

Sunday afternoon looks to be slightly warmer than Saturday, with highs in the mid-60s, but a caveat to this is that moisture can still filter in, and a few isolated showers or light drizzle could be eked out during the day. The upper-50s lows will be only achieved shortly after midnight, with temps by Monday morning already in the 60s as the warm front moves in.

And then, we'll feel more like Easter rather than Christmas with mid-to-upper-70s for Monday and Tuesday afternoon and yes, 80s (!!!) could be on the docket for Wednesday. However, a weak disturbance arrives Thursday and we could see a few isolated showers for Thursday afternoon.

Cloudy with isolated showers. North wind at 5 mph.
HIGH: 64

Cloudy. A few light showers possible. North wind turning south at 5 mph.
LOW: 59

Mostly cloudy with isolated showers. South-southwest wind at 10-15 mph.
HIGH: 74


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