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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.

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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