Planning for New Year’s Eve weather

December 30th, 2010 at 2:51 pm by under Weather

We’re still expecting that New Year’s Eve cold front, although it won’t be nearly as strong as the front on Christmas Eve.  In fact, the initial front Friday morning will be of Pacific origin, so temperatures are still expected to climb into the 60s during the day Friday.

Friday night a push of colder, Canadian air will settle across the area, dropping temperatures into the 40s before 10 p.m., and into the 30s by early New Year’s Day.


New Years Eve
Elevated fire weather conditions are forecast for
Friday afternoon west of I-35 corridor. These conditions should be
considered when making plans to use fireworks...especially when
combined with the current drought conditions which will leave the
area vulnerable to fires.


New Years Day
Partly cloudy skies and near normal temperatures can be expected on
New Years Day behind a cold front...forecast to push through New
Years Eve. Breezy and dry conditions will continue over the Eastern
Hill Country and adjacent areas of South Central Texas...making for
elevated fire weather conditions.

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