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Chelsea Humphrey: Temperatures take a big dive Monday

By Chelsea Humphrey, chumphrey@ktxs.com
Published On: Jan 26 2014 05:21:55 PM CST
Updated On: Jan 26 2014 05:22:07 PM CST

Another round of Arctic air returns to start the work week bringing cold weather and blustery winds.

Overnight Sunday the temperatures will fall quickly as the front moves through. Lows will settle in the upper 20s.

Strong north winds at 15 to 25 mph will make it feel more like the teens.

Through the day we'll see highs warming modestly into the mid 30s with an increase in cloud cover through the afternoon hours.

Overnight the clouds will linger with lows cooling into the teens. Winds will still be between 10 and 15 mph so it will feel more like the teens as we start Tuesday.

Tuesday afternoon we'll see highs in the upper 30s with clearing skies.

Dry weather continues through the middle and end of the work week. Wednesday starts out frigid at 12 degrees with afternoon highs warming into the upper 40s.

Thursday and Friday look mild and sunny with highs in the mid 60s to upper 70s.

Dry weather sticks with us to start the weekend. A weak front sags through the region with afternoon highs around 60.

There will be a slight chance for showers Sunday but there's quite a bit of uncertainty. For now, we'll keep the forecast dry with highs in the mid 60s.