Saturday, September 17, 2011


As a high-pressure system broke down and moved south this week, a “cool” front moved into the Hill Country, west of Austin yesterday, and stalled out, drawing Gulf air and moisture to the region, said Chris Morris, meteorologist for the National Weather Service.
That’s pulled us away from the extreme triple-digit highs that have largely dominated the last four months and toward highs in the lower 90s, the service said. Lows will be in the low 70s, the service said.
A "cool" front. HILARIOUS. Low 90 degree temperatures actually feel freezing, compared to the summer we've had. 
This is also the second day we've had light showers and thunder, though we've only seen less than an inch of rain. Everything looks different, however, with the shimmery sheen of water coating it. It's been too long. 
20% chances of rain again tomorrow. Please, more!

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