ABILENE, Texas - High temperatures Tuesday were in the 70s over our entire area. This warm air should stay with us into Thursday. Cooler temperatures are forecast to move back Thursday night and stay into Monday.
Dry weather is expected to hold through Thursday afternoon, but showery skies are forecast to move back in by Friday morning. Showers should continue well into Sunday. We are tracking the chance for freezing rain for northern parts of the Big Country for Friday and Saturday.
High clouds should continue over our area Tuesday night. Low temperatures Wednesday morning should be in the lower 50s. Mostly sunny skies are expected for Wednesday with very warm afternoon temperatures. Highs should be near 80.
Increasing clouds are forecast for Wednesday night. Low temperatures Thursday morning should be in the low to middle 50s. Look for mostly cloudy skies Thursday, but it should still be a dry day. High temperatures should be around 70.
We expect the colder air to move into the Big Country Thursday night. The cold front may stall around I-20. This will allow our southern areas to keep above normal temperatures into Sunday. For the Big Country, look for highs in the 50s and lows in the 40s for Friday through Sunday.
Dry and cool air should sweep through our entire area Sunday evening. Fair skies with highs in the 50s are forecast for Monday.
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