A shortwave trough will slide across the central and northern plains Wednesday.
A high pressure system will deliver cool weather the beginning part of the week. It's mid-April and those folks are getting bitter cold, huge snowfalls and vicious wind chills when normally the snow is gone and the thaw has occurred.
Drier weather returns late Sunday into Monday and most of next week looks dry with temperatures near normal.
Strong southwest winds could also affect the Guadalupe Mountains Tuesday, according to NWS officials. I'm still expecting lots of low clouds in the morning but these clouds should finally give way to sunshine in the afternoon.
Tonight will be colder than normal for this time of year.
TODAY: This week starts with critical to extreme fire danger. A wind advisory will be in effect for areas along and east of I-65 through 10 p.m. Winds will be west northwest tonight at 10-25 miles per hour, with higher gusts.
The winds are anticipated to taper off on Wednesday, as highs reach near 75-degrees. Highs will be in the mid 40s Friday, upper 40s Saturday, around 50 Sunday, and into the mid 50s Monday. This weekend is like many this year.
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TUESDAY FORECAST DETAILS: Cooler morning temperatures will warm up to the 60s to around 70 come the afternoon.
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