Expect temperatures to drastically drop by the end of the week as a strong cold front moves in.
The patten of dry weather continues into Monday as temperatures again make it about 50 degrees. Unfortunately, no measurable precipitation in the forecast with the dry spell continuing.
Tonight: Becoming mostly cloudy; patchy fog.
By Tuesday afternoon highs all across the Big Country will be below normal due to the cold front. Winds will be light from the east.
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There is a slight chance of overnight showers, increasing to an 80 percent chance of occasional showers throughout the day on Tuesday.
Today: Sunny, just a few high clouds. There will be a little bit of a breeze out of the north around 10-15 miles per hour. Highs won't be quite as warm as today, but you'll still have another shot to put up those lights as highs top out in the upper 40s.
Monday Night. Partly cloudy. Breezy. Wind: S 15-25; gusty.
Tuesday looks to be similar to Monday, but with cloudier skies. Saturday will be slightly cooler as those afternoon clouds may keep high temperatures in the upper 40s, then we inch back up into the low and mid-50s on Sunday. Highs: Low-to-mid 50s. High temperatures will be in the lower 60s Wednesday. Shower chances increase during the afternoon as the front closes in, and become likely during the evening and overnight. Lows through this period will remain around or below freezing in the low/ mid-30s.