North Texans should grab a jacket on Tuesday and hold on to your Texas Rangers caps.
In the wake of a cold front that arrived with rain Monday night, temperatures remained in the 60s. The high at 4 p.m. was 68 degrees.
North winds at 15 to 25 mph, gusting to 35, have made it feel colder.
Those conditions come after thunderstorms raced through North Texas late Monday night, dumping rains and small hail on the area.
Arlington received 0.65 inches of rain overnight while Fort Worth Meacham Airport got 0.54 inches and Alliance Airport in north Tarrant County collected just 0.25 inches, according to the National Weather Service office in Fort Worth.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport had 0.31 inches of rain.
Forecasters say it's going to be dry for the next few days, but North Texans will feel some of the coolest temperatures this season the next few mornings. At 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, the temperature was 54 in Fort Worth.
"It could be 44 in Fort Worth on Wednesday morning and the prediction is for a low of 43 for Fort Worth on Thursday morning," said Dennis Cavanaugh, a meteorologist at the NWS office in Fort Worth. "We're predicting 34 in northeast Collin County."
Temperatures will warm up a little later in the week and the chance of rain comes back for the weekend.
Forecasters say there will be a 20 percent chance of precipitation from Saturday afternoon through Sunday afternoon as the Rangers return home from St. Louis for Games 3 and 4 of the World Series.