A parade of cold fronts will keep our temperatures going up and down this week. The first front is Tuesday afternoon shifting winds to the northeast and holding temperatures at bay in the upper 60's, pretty close to what we had Monday. As the front boundary encounters a little moisture along and south of a line from San Angelo to Brownwood, a few showers are possible Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, mainly across the Texas Hill Country. Highs on Wednesday will be near 70 and highs on Thursday near 82. Thursday will be our warmest day of the week. Also on Thursday, another cold front approaching and as a dry line sets up and encounters moisture, mainly from Throckmorton to Abilene to Coleman and eastward, showers and storms could fire late in the day Thursday. Thursday night the front moves through allowing cooler temperatures in the mid 60's for Friday. Yet another front Saturday evening will allow cooler air into the area... I'm going with highs around 60 both Saturday and Sunday but dry conditions this weekend.
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