Nice weather is on the way for the weekend.  We could see some clouds by Sunday, but no storm chances in the forecast and temperatures will be near average.

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Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

Expect a warm October afternoon today.  Temperatures will be 8°-10° above average this afternoon.

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A COLD FRONT WILL BE SWEEPING THROUGH CENTRAL TEXAS BY FRIDAY NIGHT.  THIS FRONT WON’T BE VERY STRONG, BUT IT WILL HELP TO COOL OUR TEMPERATURES AND BRING SOME CLOUDS IN FOR HE WEEKEND.

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Another great day on the way for Central Texas.  Here is a look at your Thursday Day Planner!

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We could see the threat of isolated tornadoes Monday morning.

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The highest risk will be to our north, but that doesn’t mean we are out of the woods. Lots of rotation is expected in our storms.

Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

Showers and storms are in the forecast later tonight and early Saturday morning.  Some of these storms could produce heavy rainfall with plenty of available moisture in all levels of the atmosphere.  The biggest weather threat will be flash flooding starting late tonight and early tomorrow morning.  Here is a look at the very latest:

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We are not looking at a major severe weather event with this next weather system (compared to the massive damage we had 9 days ago).  Heavy rain and flash flooding will be possible…also, small hail and gusty winds over 30 mph could accompany some of these storms.

Here is the latest on what FUTURETRAC is showing for tonight and early Saturday.

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Rainfall totals will range from 1-3 inches, but isolated areas could see higher amounts.

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The heavy rain could lead to difficult travel conditions with flooding on roads and very low visibility if you get caught under one of these storms.

I am forecasting the rain to be clearing out by the late morning Saturday and that is great news for everyone heading out to the Baylor Game.

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Temperatures will be much cooler thanks to the cold front and our winds will be breezy out of the northwest during the game.  So the weather shouldn’t be a major factor.

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Another warm and muggy afternoon is on the way for Central Texas.  Highs will be above average today and tomorrow, but some cooler air could be here for the weekend.

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The reason for the cooler temperatures will be some heavy shower and storm chances.  Here is a look at the latest rainfall forecast.

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We should be in the low 80s this time of year…the low 80s. Today’s highs will be in the mid to upper 90s!

The record high at the Waco Regional Airport is 97

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