Despite an afternoon cold front, highs will still warm to the 60s by Sunday afternoon.
Sunday we'll see a cold front move in. The front will make its way through the region by Sunday afternoon.
Highs in the Big Country will warm to around 60 degrees with highs in the 70s around the Heartland and Concho Valley.
Overnight will be frigid with lows in the mid 20s and cloudy skies.
Freezing drizzle will likely develop through the night but no accumulations are expected. Still, caution should be used while driving on bridges and overpasses Monday morning.
Highs Monday will warm modestly to the mid 30s. Freezing drizzle is possible on and off throughout the day.
Monday night, the wintry precipitation chances are on the rise. We'll see a 20% chance for freezing rain and sleet around the region as lows cool into the low 20s.
Tuesday, the wintry mix chances continue with afternoon highs only warming to the mid 30s.
We'll begin to clear out Tuesday night with lows, still frigid, in the mid 20s.
Wednesday, look for a big temperatures turnaround. Highs will warm into the low 60s with sunshine to spare.
Into the end of the work week we'll keep the warming trend going. Highs by Valentine's Day will be up to 70 degrees.
Saturday, more of the same, with afternoon temps in the mid 70s with mostly sunny skies.