Mornings feeling like fall

POSTED: 9:29 PM Sep 23 2013
KTXS Chief Meteorologist, Mark Rowlett
ABILENE, Texas -

Last Friday's cold front passage brought milder and drier air back to our region.  This front has been giving us mild mornings.  However, the early fall sunshine has been warming us up in the afternoons.

We are tracking another weak cold front into our region Monday evening.  No rainfall is expected with this front.  But it should continue the trend of mild morning temperatures through Wednesday.

By Thursday, we are expecting south winds to bring warmer and more humid air back to our region.  Look for above normal temperatures again Thursday through Saturday. 

We are tracking a stronger cold front that is forecast to move through our region Saturday night.  This front is expected to bring back thunderstorm chances for late Saturday into midday Sunday.

Clearing skies and milder temperatures are forecast for early next week.