We are tracking a cold front Friday morning that is moving through the Big Country and will drop temperatures nearly 20 degrees.
The cold front is not triggering showers, but will leave us with breezy north winds at 10-20 mph and also a mostly cloudy sky.
It will be mostly cloudy and chilly Friday night with temps falling into the mid 40s.
We track a brief warmup on Friday as temps climb into the upper 70s with a partly cloudy sky.
A disturbance will bring slight shower chances to our eastern counties Saturday, but most of us will stay dry with just strong west winds at 15-25 mph.
Dry air, warmer temps and strong winds will elevate wildfire danger across the area.
A strong cold front moves in Saturday night and will send a blast of cold air into the Big Country.
Temps will stay in the mid 50s on Sunday and Monday.