From Rusty Garrett:
Although we'll have comfortable weather through most of Friday, some big changes arrive Friday night behind a stout cold front.
During the overnight hours, clouds begin to move back in area wide and there could also be some patchy fog or mist developing by morning. Temperatures drop into the upper 40s to near 50° by dawn Friday. Any morning fog should quickly dissipate and while we'll likely see some morning sunshine, we'll likely see more clouds during the afternoon as south winds between 15 and 30 mph drive humid air back over us. There could also be a few late-day showers along and east of I-35, but rain odds Friday are very slim.
Slightly better chances arrive with Friday night's front, which should be moving across the area pretty fast. Rain odds are near 40% with the highest coverage along and east of I-35. Temperatures ahead of the front should remain in the 60s, but by morning, as cold air spills in, Saturday dawn temps start in the upper 30s and low 40s.
Northwesterly winds Saturday will run between 25 and 30 mph, but winds will likely gust to near 40 mph throughout the morning and afternoon. Even though we'll see sunshine, wind chills stay in the 20s in the morning and 30s in the afternoon.
Sunday morning lows will likely fall into the mid/upper 20s, and wind gusts should keep morning wind chills in the upper teens. Winds should relax during the day Sunday and even begin to shift from the south late in the day. Highs will remain stuck in the mid to upper 40s before dropping into the upper 20s and low 30s Sunday night.
Monday's temperatures will be noticeably warmer, near 60°, thanks to gusty south winds between 20 and 30 mph. Those south winds will prime the atmosphere for another low chance of rain Tuesday and Wednesday with yet another arriving front.