Cold front moved through the Big Country this morning, leaving extra cloud cover and chilly temperatures in its wake. Highs on Friday will be several degrees below average, with many of us topping out around 50 degrees. Wind speeds will also be up there today, sustained anywhere between 10 to 20 miles per hour with gusts around 25. High pressure settles in tonight clearing us out and lightening winds. This will allow for chilly temperatures Saturday morning. As the high moves to the east our winds will become more southerly and allow us to warm up on Sunday. Another cold front comes through Monday. No rain is expected with this system. A stronger low slides eastward towards the end of next week.
KTAB AM Forecast: Friday, May 24th, 2013
More Rain Today, Heavy At Times
KRBC AM Forecast: Friday, May 24th
Today we will begin with overcast skies and as the day progresses some more shower chances will begin. The good news is that today's storms...
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