By Jeffrey Ray, CBS 11 News

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Expect mild weather to continue until Saturday before ushering in a cold, but not likely record-setting, start to next week.

Tuesday evening should be cloudy with lows in the high 30s. The clouds will stay through the morning, but the afternoon sun and dry weather should bring highs in the mid-60s through Friday.

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The first storm of the year arrives Saturday: A storm system currently spending the week along the California coast will make its way over the Dallas Fort Worth Area. Rain should continue through Sunday morning, and could yield as much as one inch. Highs on Saturday and Sunday will be in the 50s.

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On Monday of next week, arctic air will arrive. All indications point toward this being the coldest air of the season and that it will stay throughout the week. Temperatures start Monday morning in the 40s and will drop to nearly freezing by afternoon, complete with a brisk north wind.

Right now, Monday is the best chance for the region to see some winter weather like snow or ice, but it will be quite light if this does happen.

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Highs Tuesday through Thursday will be around freezing, with lows hitting the teens. The chance of snow or ice will be easier to gauge as Monday nears. Currently, there’s nothing significant on the radar except for the frigid temperatures.