Tracking cooler temps to kick off the work week
A cold front will bring afternoon highs back down into the 60s for Monday afternoon.
Sunday night, though, we'll see clear skies with lows in the low 50s.
Clouds will increase Monday ahead of the cold front with a good mix of clouds and sun expected by midday.
The cold front should pass over I-20 in the early afternoon, bringing cooler temperatures behind it. Highs ahead of the front will warm into the low 60s.
We'll keep the forecast dry for now since moisture is sorely lacking across the Big Country and Heartland.
Tuesday begins on the chilly side with clear skies and lows in the low 40s.
High pressure builds back in Tuesday and keeps things quiet through the end of the week.
We'll see sunny skies with highs in the low to mid 70s during the day and nighttime temps in the low 50s through Friday.
Saturday, we're tracking a weak cold front and a disturbance that will bring us a slight chance for showers. Most will stay dry with partly sunny skies.
Highs Saturday will warm into the mid 70s before the front moves through.
Sunday begins in the upper 40s before warming to around 70 with sunny skies in the afternoon.
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