AUSTIN, Texas - Temperatures outside won't be as hot as the spring-like temps return in the wake of a cold front. It'll continue to be breezy and dry, but there'll be a break from the gusty winds and summer-like temperatures.
With a full day of sun, low humidity, and lighter winds, highs will be back to seasonal levels and in the low to mid-80s.
As the winds relax the fire danger will be lower today but the National Weather Service says that elevated to near-critical fire conditions will remain in Texas.
People living and working in the Austin area should monitor local conditions and try to refrain from activities that could cause a spark. This means no outdoor burning, don't throw your cigarettes out the window, use caution while welding, and if you see a plume of smoke report it immediately.
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