Winter Cold Invades Again
Today will be the warmest day for the next week. We have a VERY cold front barreling towards us that arrives in the mid-mornings hours tomorrow for the metroplex. We’ll have afternoon temperatures (just 24 hours after 60° weather) in the mid-30′s with wind chills in the 20′s. That’s a “feel-like” drop of over 30 degrees from one day to the next.
A Blizzard is raging over the Dakotas and parts of Minnesota. The warnings include Blowing Snow and Extreme Wind Chills:
It’ll be a mild evening tonight we you are out and about in north Texas. Temperatures will stay in the 40′s overnight so it’ll be a mild start to your Sunday. The front sweeps through around 9am – 10am in the metro area. You’ll certainly feel its passage thanks to the strong winds from the northwest that follow behind the front. Temperatures will reach into the mid-40′s before noon, then drop down to the 30′s by afternoon.
There is going to be a little big of drizzle or light rain with the front coming through. Expect cloudy skies along with the cutting winds; its full-on winter feeling by afternoon.
As skies clear Sunday night we’ll have the temperatures drop down to the 20′s by Monday morning:
Highs on Monday will only be in the low 40′s. We’ll have mostly sunny skies and less wind but still a very cold day. Bundle up if you are heading to the MTSU/Navy game on TCU campus (the Bell helicopter Armed Forces Bowl), it’s an early kick-off (10:45a).
Lows will again drop down to the mid-20′s for Tuesday morning. The cold won’t stick around, we’ll warm up to 60° by New Year’s Day. Another cold front comes through late Wednesday to bring another round of cooler weather.