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Good morning, people of Round Rock! Meagan Falcon here with a fresh Round Rock Daily.

Let’s get this Saturday started off right. Here’s everything worth knowing today in town.

First, today’s weather:

Find out what’s happening in Round Rock with free, real-time updates from Patch.

A t-storm around in the p.m.. High: 76 Low: 65.

Weekend forecast:

Find out what’s happening in Round Rock with free, real-time updates from Patch.

Seasonally warm and humid conditions stick around through the weekend with a cold front slated to move through early on Monday.

Here are the top stories today in Round Rock:

  1. As people prepare for holiday shopping, Round Rock police will be taking extra precautions for shoppers this season. (Round Rock Patch)
  2. Austin ISD Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde said that the State of Texas could take over the board if an AISD middle school’s failing ratings doesn’t improve. Here’s the latest. (Community Impact Newspaper)
  3. Oh-Ho Asian BBQ and Chinese closed in Round Rock on Nov. 1, according to a notice posted on the door of the establishment. (Community Impact Newspaper)
  4. Georgetown’s 40th annual Christmas Stroll will be held Dec. 3 and Dec. 4 in and around the city’s historic downtown square. (Community Impact Newspaper)
  5. A mosquito trap sample in Cedar Park tested positive for the West Nile Virus, the Williamson County and Cities Health District said Thursday. This is the 12th time this season a mosquito trap has tested positive for the virus.(Community Impact Newspaper)

Things to do this weekend:

December has officially arrived to the Austin Metro, which means there will be several area events that will help everyone get into the holiday spirit. To help you, we’ve made a list.

Here’s a list of events for: Things To Do In Austin Metro Dec. 2-5

Your Patch Holiday Guide :

From holiday shows to Christmas light displays, there will be plenty of things to do. Here’s our list of events happening in the metro area for the holidays this season.

Round Rock Patch Notebook

  • Teravista Elementary PTA: “Plan for our Spirit Night at In-N-Out on Wednesday, December 8th!” (Facebook)
  • Round Rock Public Library: “Looking for a slightly shorter listen? How about some Audiobooks under 8 hours? List: http://ow.ly/wNNm50H0hGk” (Facebook)
  • Round Rock Arts: “Check out the original post:” (Facebook)
  • Texas State University Round Rock Campus: “You are invited! The Catholic Student Organization (CSO) at the RRC is hosting their last event of the semester tonight.” (Facebook)
  • CHASCO Family YMCA: “Join us! Kids Night Out is happening this Saturday, December 4th ? Pamper yourself with a date night while our highly trained Y staff takes care of the kids. Register today using the link below. ⬇️ Register Here ➡https://bit.ly/30fL3Ti” (Facebook)

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Your friendly neighborhood journalist,

Meagan Falcon

Meagan covers local news for Patch in Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander and Pflugerville.

About Meagan: I was born and raised in Corpus Christi and spent three years covering breaking news and things to do in South Texas before I moved to the Austin Metro. When I am not reporting the news, I am enjoying a good book, tending to my garden and spending time with my pup. I am a green thumb novice so if y’all have gardening tips, I would love some.

Have a news tip or suggestion for an upcoming Round Rock Daily? You can reach me at meagan.falcon@patch.com.

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