The cold front should be near the I-20 corridor by about 10 a.m. and will shift the winds and only allow temperatures to get to the mid 60s Monday under mostly clear skies.
A few more clouds may develop to the south.
After the cold front passes, we will have high pressure building in and keeping us clear through tonight with temperatures approaching the freezing mark overnight.
Tuesday will be the coolest one out of the bunch with temperatures only getting into the mid 50s as the cold front makes its full effects felt.
From here on though, a warming trend will continue through the weekend.
It will be back into the mid to upper 60s by Wednesday under sunny skies, and then near 70 for Thursday under big blue skies.
Mid 70s by Friday, upper 70s by Saturday and right around 80 degrees by the end of next weekend.
So far, there is no rain to speak of in this week's forecast.