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AC5JC Weather: Waco, TX

47.7°F – 6 mph SSE
Wed, Jan 22 9:42 AM
Rainfall: 0.22 in. today

Sunrise: 7:26 AM • Sunset: 5:54 PM
Moon: 7% New 

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Thanks to KWTX    ( 22 Jan 2020 08:05 am)
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From Sean Bellafiore:

Widespread rain moved in late last night and rain is expected to stick around all day long today too. There may be a brief lull in the rain around sunrise along and west of I-35, but rain is expected to blossom again as we move deeper into the morning. Off and on rain should be expected all day long especially along and east of I-35. Rain coverage drops west of I-35 during the afternoon so at least some of the area may dry out late in the day. As far as temperatures go, we're expecting a slow "warm up" into the mid-to-upper 40s along and east of I-35 thanks to the continued rain chances. West of I-35, where rain is more likely to end in the afternoon, high temperatures may reach the low 50s.

Afternoon rain should gradually slide eastward tonight and should be mostly over by midnight. Although we could see a few scattered showers overnight through early Thursday morning, rain chances after midnight dip to between 20% and 30%. A slight warm up is likely tonight too. Overnight temperatures likely warm into the upper 40s and low 50s by morning. A cold front sweeps through the area early in the day Thursday and ends the rain chances before midday. Despite the front moving through and bringing us breezy northwesterly winds, the return of some late-day sunshine should allow highs to warm into the low 60s. The cool air behind Thursday's front will be felt Friday morning as lows drop into the mid 30s. Highs Friday should rebound into the mid 60s.

A mostly pleasant weekend is in store for Central Texas. We're expecting increasing clouds throughout the day on Saturday with temperatures reaching the mid 60s yet again. After sunset, a few scattered showers are expected to move in from the south and some scattered rain is possible, mainly near and east of I-35, overnight Saturday into Sunday morning. Rain chances are between 30% and 40%, so if you're out late Saturday night, you might have to dodge some showers. Once any overnight rain pulls away from Central Texas Sunday afternoon, we're expecting to see some sunshine with highs returning into the mid 60s. Upper 60s are in the forecast Monday and Tuesday, but another storm system is expected to roll through on Tuesday potentially sparking a few thunderstorms.

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