We tracked a weak cold front through our region Monday night. It brought us milder temperatures Tuesday. Unfortunately, the rain developed on the front after it moved through our region.
We could see a frost or freeze in our region Wednesday morning as lows fall into the lower 30s. Sunny skies and south winds should push afternoon temperatures back into the upper 60s.
Look for south winds and fair skies Wednesday night with lows in the lower 40s.
Watch out for strong southwest winds Thursday at 20-25 mph. Afternoon highs should be in the upper 70s.
Yet another dry cold front is forecast to move in Friday to lower high temperatures into the 60s for Friday through Sunday.
We are tracking a stronger surge of cold air that looks to move in Sunday night. In addition, an upper level disturbance is expected to move through Monday and give us cloudy skies and a chance of needed rainfall. High temperatures Monday may not get out of the 40s.