Cold front expected in North Texas, but it's not likely to last

Posted Monday, Nov. 26, 2012  comments  Print Reprints

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By the end of work Monday, it may be feeling a little blustery.

A cold front is expected to blow through North Texas around lunchtime, bringing strong northerly winds. It may not be that noticeable right after the front passes but that will change later in the day.

"Temperatures will likely be cooler this afternoon but it will really feel much cooler tonight," said National Weather Service meteorologist Jennifer Dunn.

By Tuesday morning, temperatures should be in the upper 30s.

While Tuesday will see highs in the upper 50s, it won't stay cool for long. By Thursday, temperatures should be close to 70 again and highs will be in the mid-to-upper 70s next weekend.

This cold front also isn't expected to produce any rain. There is a chance of storms southeast of the DFW-area Tuesday but only a slight chance of any showers as it passes through the Metroplex.

Bill Hanna, 817-390-7698

Twitter: @fwhanna

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