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    The downpours that brought 3 to 8 inches of rain as of Saturday night, and more in some pockets, will be done by Sunday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

    For the rest of Sunday morning, people walking ...


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    The rise and fall and rise of El Niño weather

    Good morning, Austin! The forecasts this week call for sunny skies and highs in the 80s, but let’s talk about something else: El Niño.

    Or, as some have dubbed it, the ...

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    Rainy weather and The Mothership

    Good morning, Austin! I’ll be your weather blogger for the morning, and Wednesday should be another gorgeous day. But I’d like to beg your patience so I can tell a story about ...

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    Thursday forecast for Austin: Mostly sunny with a high near 79 but turning mostly cloudy at night with a 40 percent chance of rain and a low around 66. Chances of rain increase ...

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    Friday forecast for Austin: A flash flood watch has been issued for the Austin metro area until 10 a.m. Saturday, the National Weather Service says. A flash flood watch means flooding is possible in ...

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    8 a.m. update: The dense fog advisory has been extended until 10 a.m. this morning, the National Weather Service said.

    Earlier: Good morning, Austin! Expect another foggy commute this morning. Until 9 a.m. today, there is expected to ...

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    Good morning, Austin! Election Day has come and gone, and with it, apparently, that beautiful sunny weather.

    Expect patchy fog before 8 a.m. The temperature will be in the 60s in the morning, then rise to a ...

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    9 a.m. update: Some rain has already fallen in the Austin metro area, National Weather Service radar shows. While the rain clouds have passed, more rain is expected throughout the day today, especially this evening.

    Earlier: ...

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    Friday’s forecast for Austin: There is a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms today, and that risk rises to 60 percent tonight, the National Weather Service said. It will be cloudy, with a high ...

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  • 11/28/15--08:11: A great weekend to be inside
  • This is shaping up to be a weekend of glorious weather in Austin … for people who want to binge on football or curl up with a book.

    The cold temperatures that rolled in yesterday are likely to continue today, with a strong chance of rain, wind up to 15 miles per hour and temperatures peaking in the low-to-mid-40s, according to the National Weather Service. Scattered showers are also likely overnight. Sunday is expected to ...


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    Good morning, Austin!

    So I have good news, and bad news. Okay, it’s mostly bad. But bear with me.

    The bad part: We’re about to hit cedar pollen season. Which means, basically, total misery for a ...

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    Hey there, Austin! So, you may have missed it, but there was a recent weather project calling for multiple inches of Austin-area snow today, and it’s worth talking about.

    No, that snow is not going to fall on us. But that prediction is worth talking about. One of the things we’re planning to explore in Weather Watch is the idea of probability in forecasting: the odds of this or that happening, ...


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    Hi there, Austin! A little while back, after we wrote about cedar fever season arriving, we asked for help coming up with a way to describe a misery that defies description. You’ve had time for your sinuses to stew in their wet, raw, itchy state. It’s time to take stock of who did the best job of summing up #cedarfeverin5words.

    My second-favorite reader entry came from William Ward Wyatt, who ...

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    What the heck happened to the Godzilla El Niño?

    That is a question a lot of Central Texans have been asking the National Weather Service, and one posed earlier this week by the Texas Standard. ...


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    We’re looking at high temperatures in the upper 70s to the lower 80s for the rest of the week in the Austin area, according to the National Weather Service.

    Look, we all know it’s going to get ...


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    Bob Rose, the weather guru for the Lower Colorado River Authority, notes in a Tuesday blog post that the temperature in Austin in February has averaged 3.5 degrees above normal. That’ll continue through this ...

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    You’ll hear it fairly often in forecasts, any may have heard it right before it rained: an “upper-level trough” is on the way. The news may be accompanied by colorful charts. It may not be apparent ...


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    Once every four years, today happens: Feb. 29. But why do we have leap days, and leap years? With the help of

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    As Forbes (among others) points out, today is not just Super Tuesday — it’s also meteorological spring.

    That’s different from astronomical spring, which is more commonly known just as “spring.”

    Unlike astronomical spring, which has to ...


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    Well, February has come and gone. It was like it was never here. To me, that’s a fine thing. It was this kind of February:

    And what happened to the rainfall El Niño was supposed to ...


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