Region braces for season's first freeze

An arctic cold front is poised to sweep through Central Texas late Sunday.  This will end the extended period of warmer-than-average temperatures and bring a freeze  to much of the area for the first time this season.  Before the front arrives, warm, muggy weather will continue Saturday and Sunday with morning low clouds and fog giving way to breaks of afternoon sunshine.  As the front draws near on Sunday afternoon, an unstable air mass will bring the area scattered showers and thunderstorms – some of which could be strong. If Camp Mabry receives measurable rainfall on Sunday, it would end a 44-day dry streak. 
The cold front will enter the Hill Country by 6 p.m. Sunday, bringing a sharp wind shift to the north along with rapidly clearing skies. The front should affect the Interstate 35 corridor including the Austin metro region between 8-9 p.m. and exit the eastern counties by 10.

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