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HOUSTON (CW39) Hail storms developed south and southeast of Austin this morning, and are moving into parts of Southeast Texas today. The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch until 1 p.m., meaning conditions are favorable for severe storms that could produce hail and strong winds.

By mid to late afternoon, a cold front will have pushed past Houston, bringing an end to showers and storms. Behind it, a north breeze gradually delivers drier air.

Tonight will be quite a bit cooler than the last few, with temperatures in the low 60s to near 60 by sunrise Wednesday.

From there, it’s a string of beautiful weather with sunny skies and low humidity through Friday. Higher humidity returns, along with slight rain chances, this weekend.