A cold front moved through early Sunday morning and the wind flow is from the northwest and will eventually become west and southwesterly during the afternoon hours. Much lighter winds than yesterday and temperatures will be a touch cooler in some spots. Highs generally in the middle 40's east, upper 40's central and lower 50's west. Sunshine across the board for everyone!
The warmest day in the foreseeable future is Monday, ahead of our next cold blast. Temperatures rise into the upper 50's and lower 60's, sunny and breezy. Perhaps a perfect day to go to the zoo for the canned food drive.
A cold front moves through on Tuesday bringing a few clouds, gusty winds and much colder air. Normal highs are in the 50's and we'll be running about 10-15° below normal. Very cold and in the upper teens by Wednesday morning, followed by a reinforcing shot of cold air on Thursday and even colder on Friday morning. A hard freeze is possible, especially north on Friday morning.
Dry until perhaps next Saturday. Computer models are in less agreement now regarding the chance for rain on that day. GFS has us dry now and the EURO keeps the best chance south of I-20.
Overall we'll see multiple dry cold fronts passing by off and on the next 7 days which will bring shots of cold air, clouds and breezy conditions.
We'll keep you updated online and on Fox 6!
Fox6 Meteorologist Jill Gilardi