After a late night's cold front hit rolled in, Austin residents can expect a week of cold weather starting.
Temperatures dropped to the low 30s Monday morning and will reach a high of 55, the National Weather Service reports.
Austinites can expect clear skies with dry weather.
After a cold start to Monday, temperatures will struggle to get out of the 50s this afternoon under sunny skies. Wi… https://t.co/Uv2728QIlW— NWS Austin/San Antonio (@NWS Austin/San Antonio)1607938958.0
Temperatures are expected to remain in the low 60s throughout the week, with cold nights in the 30s. A high of 70 degrees can be expected on Friday and temperatures in the 40s at night before possible rainfall into the weekend.
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