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31 Diciembre 2017, 09:07 | Crisanna Felipe
Arctic air moving in this weekend
Minor icing on elevated surfaces, such as bridges, overpasses and some surface streets may lead to hazardous travel.
Light rain will continue across the area this evening and tonight. Temperatures will struggle to climb above freezing during the afternoon.
The snow will be light, with totals expected between one and two inches. A few showers could develop behind the front Sunday, but moisture will remain somewhat limited during the daytime.
SUNDAY: Cloudy, breezy, and much colder. The cold returns as the wind shifts directions this weekend.
Currently, there are no watches or warnings in effect for the Austin viewing area. Highs will again only warm into the teens and 20s under sunny skies. Check on the elderly or people working outside regularly.
Bring outdoor pets inside and ensure large outdoor animals have shelter and dry bedding. It is also too cold for them to stay outdoors for long periods of time so make sure they have a warm place to stay.
On Friday, we find a weakening area of low pressure moving through the region, and that is why we're seeing more clouds than sunshine. Temperatures Sunday afternoon will either hold steady or drop through the 30s. With a wind chill advisory in effect and winds out of the east at 10-15 miles per hour, overnight wind chill lows could drop to between 10 and 15 degrees below zero.
Our current deep freeze began in the late afternoon on Christmas Day.
High temperatures on Monday will likely only reach into the upper 30s to lower 40s, and the wind will make it feel even colder.
Bitter cold temperatures will come with gusty north winds today.
Risky wind chills will be possible Monday morning. Winds will be in the range of 10-20 miles per hour.
The cold will permeate New Year's Day.
Another round of crew members will be ready to work through Friday night and into Saturday morning if road conditions require it, according to a release from the city.
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