Again winds are enough to make wind chill a factor and take temps down a few more degrees based on how it feels. This afternoon the warmer trend will continue as high pressure along the surface brings very gusty winds to the region 20 to 25 miles per hour with gusts around 30. Cloud cover is expected to move in overnight working with the winds to keep lows from reaching before freezing, near 38 degrees. Then by Saturday for the start of the weekend, we'll jump above average into the upper 60's for one day. That's where the warmer trend will end as a trough of low pressure to the north pushes a cold front through the Concho Valley by midnight and cooling temperatures dramatically. Overnight lows will drop into the upper 20's and afternoon highs for Sunday will only reach the low 40's. A couple of smaller features will help to push more cold air into the area through the start of the work week. Monday will be in the upper 30's and Tuesday in the upper 40's. Both days could also see morning lows in the teens. Wednesday looks to begin the next warmer trend starting off in the upper 50's maybe lower 60's and cracking the 60's by Thursday.
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