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The KVUE Storm Team is tracking a cold front that will be pushing through Central Texas on Saturday.
Scattered showers become more widespread ahead of the front Saturday morning. A few of these showers could bring pockets of heavy rain. Some areas could experience isolated thunderstorms.
Rainfall amounts could reach up to half an inch east of Austin. We're expecting the least amount of accumulation for areas west of Austin. Up to one-tenth of an inch will be possible for the Hill Country.
Skies will begin to clear up Saturday afternoon, leading us into a dry stretch with warming temperatures. Highs will reach the low 70s by early next week as a ridging pattern settles in.
There is a cold front that will push through, just in time to bring Santa some cooler temperatures on Christmas Eve. This cold front looks to be dry at this time, so no rain is expected.
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