The weather in Central Texas is unpredictable. You could be wearing a tank top with flip-flops on Monday, and by the middle of the week, you have on your heaviest parka and snow boots. There hasn’t been anything said about breaking any records as of yet, but Central Texas is supposed to experience the coldest temperatures since March and we all remember how they felt!

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This large cold wind is coming across the Pacific Northwest and Big Sky country and it’s supposed to come across the Central and Eastern US over the next couple of days so be prepared for it in Central Texas. I have already explained in an article before, that this week a cold front is supposed to come through prepare us to get our big jackets on, and some people don’t necessarily believe that this is going to take place.


According to KWTX, I wouldn’t keep that same energy if I were you in the next couple of days, it’s going to be cold and no one wants to get sick, especially during flu season. Grab a jacket just in case this situation is more drastic than you think. I say this because I love you Central Texas! Friday should start the actual rain that’s coming to Central Texas and then from there, it's all about keeping warm. It is so important that we take the weather changing very seriously. Cold rain is definitely possible in the next two days but If you’re hoping for a winter wonderland, that’s highly unlikely. I always say you never know, Central Texas changes weather quicker than I change my mind and that’s pretty quick stay safe out there Central Texas!

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