Patchy fog, clouds likely through Monday morning commute in Austin


Monday forecast for Austin: Patchy fog and cloudy skies are likely Monday morning in Austin before the skies clear up later in the day.

According to the National Weather Service, fog should dissipate by around 10 a.m. as temperatures begin to rise heading into the afternoon.

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Meteorologists say Austin should see sunny skies through the afternoon with a high of 87 degrees at Camp Mabry and 85 degrees at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

Afternoon highs on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are expected to be around 85 degrees, but chances for showers and thunderstorms will reach around 20 percent on Thursday night heading into Friday morning.

According to the weather service, there should be a 60 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms on Friday before clear skies return through the weekend.

Here’s a look at the forecast through the week:

  • Monday night: Increasing clouds with a low around 61 degrees.
  • Tuesday: Mostly sunny with a high near 85 degrees.
  • Tuesday night: Cloudy with a low around 64 degrees.
  • Wednesday: Mostly sunny with a high near 85 degrees.
  • Wednesday night: Partly cloudy with a low around 65 degrees.
  • Thursday: Mostly sunny with a high near 85 degrees.
  • Thursday night: Partly cloudy with a low around 67 degrees and a 20 percent chance for showers.
  • Friday: Mostly cloudy with a high near 82 degrees and a 60 percent chance for showers.
  • Friday night: Mostly clear with a low around 57 degrees.


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