KTXS Forecast: Below average temperatures return to the Big Country

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Good morning! As you’re getting up conditions outside are clear with temperatures in the upper 30s to low 40s and winds are out of the northeast at 5-15 mph. You will want a warm jacket when you leave the house today.

Wednesday afternoon is expected to have highs back below normal in the low/ mid-60s with sunny skies and winds will drop to the southeast at 5-15 mph later on today. Overnight lows are going to be a bit milder in the mid/ upper 40s with clear skies.

Thursday and Friday will see temperatures quickly go back above normal to the upper 70s/ low 80s with mostly sunny skies and have mainly southwest winds both days around 10-20 mph. Lows through this period are expected to be in the low/ mid-50s with building cloud cover. There will be a 10-30 percent chance of isolated thundershowers as we move into Friday night.

Into the weekend, on Saturday, a cold front will move through the Big Country early in the morning. This will make the afternoon partly cloudy to mostly cloudy with highs in the mid/ upper 60s. Winds will be out of the north at 10-15 mph and the region will have a 10-20 percent chance of morning thundershowers. By Saturday night rain chances push out and lows will cool to the upper 40s/ low 50s.

For Sunday, the region will slowly clear out through the afternoon and highs will be back around normal in the mid-70s as winds drop to the southeast at 5-10 mph. Sunday night we will be mostly clear and in the mid-50s.

On Monday, another cold front will move through the region. This will help keep skies clear and make highs range in the low/ mid-70s with winds turning to the north/ northeast at 5-15 mph. By Monday night, lows will be in the upper 40s/ low 50s with clear skies.

Currently, for Tuesday, it looks like temperatures will be back above normal in the upper 70s/ low 80s with sunny conditions and have southeast winds at 5-10 mph.

Have a great day! –MV-

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