Showers and storms will continue to exit our area this morning all in advance of a cold front. Once the cold front arrives, all of the storm potential will be cut off. By lunchtime, we will be under a much drier air mass, with gradually clearing expected throughout the day. By late this afternoon we'll see partly cloudy skies in the Big Country and mostly cloudy skies in the Heartland. Highs will be on the chilly side, with temperatures in the lower 50's. Overnight lows will fall into the lower 30's, with many of us dropping a shade or two below freezing. Highs tomorrow will be in the upper 50's and lower 60's. More sunshine is expected tomorrow and really throughout the remainder of the workweek. Second cold front arrives Friday night. No rain is expected with this system.
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