Sooner Chill…

Get ready for a wild temperature ride for the last week of October as we track in a strong cold front that will throw our numbers all over the place.

Expect a cold front to roll in during the midday hours on Wednesday dropping our highs from the mid 80s tomorrow, to the mid 60s for Wednesday and mid 50s for Thursday. How big of a drop is this? Considering that our average high is 70 degrees this week, we could see some areas about 15-20 degrees below normal for Thursday. Fortunataly, it’s a quick moving airmass which means it won’t last long, maybe 48-60 hours or so. Yes, I know the cold air may not be what you are asking for, but I come with good news… and that’s RAIN!

Post cold front, there will likely be a system that rolls across The Southern Plains that could throw out some more rain for us. If the models are right, a good quarter to perhaps half inch of rain could fall starting Wednesday and outta here by midday THursday with the best chance for rain early Thursday. Rain, I’ll take…cold temperatures…meh…not yet.



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