‘Warmer than normal’ year will end with a possibility of snow on New Year’s Eve in Central Texas


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From Fox 7 Weather Chief Meteorologist Scott Fisher:

Scott Fisher

While 2017 will go down in the history books as a “warmer than normal” year, the final week in Central Texas has been a mighty cool one.

The coldest air of the season will arrive just in time for 2018.

Along with that comes a chance for some light rain and perhaps some light sleet or a bit of snow on New Year’s Eve into New Year’s Day.

Computer models are having a tough time with the scope of the cold air, so please do keep checking back  on Twitter and Facebook.

Have a super happy New Year!

Reporting is provided as part of Community Impact Newspaper’s partnership with Fox 7 News

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