Colder air has situated itself over the Twin States for the next couple of days. With this colder air in place no significant weather is to be expected, other than below normal temperatures for this time of year. The only main concern right now, is an early morning freeze for your Wednesday. Models are becoming more consistent in that all of us will drop below freezing for about 3-4 hours Tuesday night into Wednesday. The below normal temperatures will remain with us through Wednesday before we start warming up by Thursday.
Thursday temperatures will gradually work their way back towards seasonal temperatures. As the end of the week approaches another cold front from the plains looks to work its way across the south bringing an increased chance of some rain and thunderstorms. The front will knock our temperatures back down a few degrees for your weekend, but all of us will remain dry and sunny once the front edges out of the way.
There is a slight chance that temperatures next weekend could be in the upper 60s, but for now until models become consistent I have kept temperatures in the lower 70s.
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