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Austin may receive fall weather in the form of not just one but two cold fronts in the coming days.


According to the National Weather Service, Friday will bring a mild cool front lasting into Saturday night. Sunday will then bring above average temperatures followed by a lasting cold front on Monday.

The cold front is likely to bring damp and rainy weather along with it. According to The Weather Channel, temperatures will crash down on Tuesday with a high of 58 degrees and a low of 50 degrees. However, showers are likely to last through Wednesday.

After Wednesday, temperatures should return to a range of 70-degree weather. Though these temperatures follow the current forecast, it is still possible to change depending on whether the front stalls in the north or moves through.

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