Three days into the change of season and its not very Spring-like out there. This afternoon highs dropped behind a cold front down to the upper-50’s. We expect even colder temperatures for tomorrow afternoon. Wasn’t it just in the 80’s on Friday?
There hasn’t been much in rain today; certainly not as much as we were hoping for just yesterday. There is a layer of warm air just above the surface that is suppressing storm development. We’ll continue with rain chances tonight and early tomorrow as a slow-moving cold front currently over our southeast corner will continue to move away.
Overnight the winds are going to stay strong out of the north at 15-20 mph. Lows will drop down into the low 40’s but with that wind it’ll obviously feel colder than that. Make sure to put on your coats has you head toward morning services.
For afternoon highs? Only in the mid-50’s with cold winds and overcast skies. Rain chances shift to the south but expect a few passing showers over the metroplex:
High pressure from the north will continue to funnel in cold air heading into Monday morning. Temperatures get a little frosty along the Red River Monday morning:
Expect a couple of cold mornings in a row. While the metro should stay around 40° both mornings, expect lows in the 30’s along the northern edge of the metroplex and north:
The next weather maker is still well off the Pacific coast line. It should arrive on Wednesday to produce a chance of storms; some of them could be strong.
Here is the extended forecast: