A chance of morning showers will give way to breaks of afternoon sunshine. The pattern of cool mornings will continue with lows in the 50s again Wednesday and Thursday morning with highs in the lower 80s.
The latest picture will be two cold fronts in this First Alert forecast. Lows in the upper 50s.
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Thursday: Patchy AM fog, scattered showers, becoming partly cloudy. High temperatures should only climb into the upper 60s with north winds around 20 miles per hour.
We've had some pop up showers through the afternoon but more rain is on the way for this evening and overnight. Expect sunshine on Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the mid 70s. There will be a few scattered showers around late, as well. This east flow will produce cloudy skies and drizzle both days with highs struggling to get out of the lower 60s.
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WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Noticeably cooler and drier. After the cold front moves out cooler temperatures settle in with temperatures not differentiating too much from morning lows. We still see plenty of cloud cover during the day. Skies improve by afternoon and evening Friday. In contrast, the Big Country had high temperatures Monday in the 70s and 80s. Highs will be in the mid to perhaps upper 60s. Tuesday should be partly sunny and seasonably cool with highs in the middle 60s.
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