However, due to the fact that the cold front is still moving through the Big Country, there are still some temperature readings in the upper 50s.
The cold front should pass through the entire region by this afternoon and high temperatures should end up being right around the 60 degree mark.
We will cool down into the 30s for the first time in quite a while tonight with clouds increasing overnight.
It will be mostly cloudy Saturday with the high temperature remaining right around the 60 degree mark with the cooler air still in place.
A slight shower chance is in the forecast for overnight Saturday into Sunday, more likely in the northern Big Country counties, however behind this shower chance we will start to warm back up. Into the 70s yet again for Sunday with skies slowly clearing up later on.
Monday will be in the upper 70s for another unseasonably warm one.
It will be a bit cooler, but still in the 70s by Tuesday as a cold front passes and we cool off a bit for the end of next week.
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