Skies have clouded up quickly this afternoon as moisture is returning ahead of a cold front back in Arkansas and an area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico. These two features will pass by overnight into tomorrow morning, leaving us with a small shot at a shower, otherwise clouds will break up through the afternoon hours tomorrow.
Once we clear the skies out, high pressure will be our predominant weather maker the next several days as cool and dry air remains in place. We will see a few cold fronts pass during the week, but they will be dry and only serve to reinforce the cool air that is already in place.
The big cool down will happen Friday and Saturday behind a cold front that will bring down some unseasonably cold air from Canada. Highs will tumble into the low to mid 60s with lows getting a few degrees shy of 32 for Saturday morning. In fact, some northern and normally cooler spots may touch 32 for a little while Saturday morning. We will keep an eye on the temperatures as our first frost of the year looks likely.
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