A cold front has pushed through the region and continues to make it's way south, allowing for a cooler start this morning. Watch for temperatures to continue to drop possibly in the mid 50's for our overnight low. Later this afternoon the winds will pick back up 15 to 20 mph with some gusts possible. These speeds are slower compared to yesterday and Sunday, right now a red flag warning is only active across the Big Country but the Concho Valley does remain in an elevated fire risk so burning is discouraged, prohibited in some counties with current burn bans. Temperature wise, expect much cooler conditions behind the front for the next three days. Highs will only reach the mid 70's with sunny skies. Low pressure seated near the great lakes will continue to push cooler air into the area giving us a break from the warm temps we saw late last week. Tonight could drop into the lower 40's as winds calm back down and skies remain clear. Wednesday only expected to see 70, and 74 degrees by Thursday. That's where high pressure from the west moves in, kicking off another warmer trend. Friday will start off in the low 80's eventually finding it's way into the 90's by the end of the weekend, beginning of the work week.