The great weather comes to an abrupt end Monday. An unusually warm surge of air will blow in on a southwest wind, pushing temps to 80 degrees. This warm up will be short-lived. Collin says a stronger cold front arriving Tuesday morning will crash the temps from the 50s at sunrise to the 40s by sunset. It'll stay cloudy all day with rain off and on as the wind picks up from the north at 20 mph.
All the mess should clear out Tuesday night, allowing temperatures to dive into the 30s. A frost and light freeze are possible in southeast Texas Wednesday morning.
Another weather system will impact us Thursday and Friday, bringing a chance for more showers and another gorgeous weekend.
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