A Southern Wind And A Warm Sunday To Come
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – It was a chilly day Saturday, as highs only reached about 50 degrees by afternoon.
Those north winds made for a chilly morning for those who ran in the “Get Healthy Texas” 5km in Frisco. By afternoon the winds died down some and the sunshine made it a little more pleasant. Still, in was 26° cooler than yesterday (Friday was the warmest day we’ve had so far this winter).
RIGHT BACK TO WARM TOMORROW
A south wind starts up toward morning. The coldest part of the night will occur in the middle of the night, it’ll get down into the low 40′s and upper 30′s in most places. By morning that south wind should push those lows to around 50°.
It’ll be a strong southwest wind by mid-morning, it’ll start to get very gusty by noon. Winds will turn to the west as a dryline and front move across north Texas in the afternoon. Highs will get into the 70′s but the winds present a problem, gusts will get up to 40-45mph.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the day. There is a red flag warning and fire danger to our west tomorrow.
MUCH NEEDED RAIN ARRVIES MID-WEEK
There is rain in the forecast! Clouds come in from the south in the morning on Tuesday, we should start to see some rain and some storms by late afternoon. This activity will pick up in the overnight hours and be around most of the day on Wednesday.
The HPC continues to be generous with the rain amounts, 1″-2″ of rain is expected for our parched area: