Even cooler morning temperatures expected Wednesday and Thursday

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AUSTIN (KXAN) — Tuesday dawned under a sunny sky. Delightfully cool air greeted early risers with lows ranging from 48° at Llano to 61° at Camp Mabry, 6° below normal. The low at the airport was 50°

The afternoon will continue to be sunny. Most highs will return to the upper 80s to low 90s. The afternoon relative humidity will fall to the mid/upper teens to low 20s.

The rest of the week will be very sedate with afternoon highs above normal (upper 80s) and morning lows below normal.

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Summer Heat

Meteorological summer ended on Aug. 31, as Camp Mabry recorded its second-hottest summer in recorded history. Austin-Bergstrom recorded its 7th-hottest summer on record.

Preliminary data indicates the entire state of Texas recorded its second-hottest summer on record this year.

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John Harpole

Let them live or exist on solar panels with ice covering them.Or wind turbines that take energy when it is cold .Shut them off from the grid .And let them plug in their electric cars into a solar panel .

Lola Lobato

I'm right here between Bastrop and Elgin and all we got was o n big boom of lighting no snow no sleet no rain lots of wind and that's all blue skys

Maggie Bradley

2 get an accurate weather report all u need is look out window,,it's never wrong


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