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Tracking a big cool down Sunday

By Chelsea Humphrey, chumphrey@ktxs.com
Published On: Jan 04 2014 06:25:49 PM CST

ABILENE, Texas -

Behind a strong cold front we'll see morning temps in the low 20s Sunday with a modest warm-up through the afternoon.

North winds overnight will come in between 15 and 20 mph with wind chills in the teens and 20s throughout much of the day.

Through the afternoon, look for highs in the upper 30s with clearing skies.

Overnight Sunday we're tracking a very cold night with lows settling into the low teens. Once again, breezy north winds will have things feeling much colder with wind chills in the single digits.

Monday, look for a reinforcing shot of cold air that will knock high temps down a few degrees with highs in the low 30s, despite sunny skies.

Overnight lows are down around 20 degrees but we'll see a nice warm up during the afternoon with highs around 50 Tuesday afternoon.

We'll see an area of low pressure move into the state Wednesday. This low will help to bring in a bit more moisture Wednesday, translating to partly cloudy skies.

Morning temps will begin in the mid 30s before afternoon highs top out in the low 60s.

Thursday, we're tracking a big more cloud cover as a weak cold frong sags into the region. This front will stall out and dissipate throughout the day with highs warming into the upper 50s.

There's a slight chance for showers over our eastern counties Thursday night with lows in the low 30s.

Friday afternoon highs rebound into the mid 60s with an increasing chance for showers, once again, overnight.

Lows will cool into the upper 30s as another cold front moves in Friday night.

We'll keep the slight rain chances lingering into Saturday with highs warming into the upper 50s along with a 20% chance for showers.