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Drizzly Wintry Weather Expected to Warm by Valentine's Day

A student braves the rains in the UT campus area.
Huma Munir/KUT News
A student braves the rains in the UT campus area.

So after yesterday’s sleet and snow flurries, what does Austin’s weather hold?

Fear not -- nothing nearly as dramatic (if you can call it that) as yesterday’s cold snap is forecasted. The National Weather Service reports a continued chance of showers before noon, with a slight uptick in temperatures. That warmth will continue to build through Tuesday – Valentine’s Day – with a projected high in the mid-70s.

While Austin is no stranger toextreme weather, a 40 degree swing in the span of 24 hours seems a little much, don't you think? 

Wells has been a part of KUT News since 2012, when he was hired as the station's first online reporter. He's currently the social media host and producer for Texas Standard, KUT's flagship news program. In between those gigs, he served as online editor for KUT, covering news in Austin, Central Texas and beyond.
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