Monday’s weather was perfect for a holiday, with sunny skies, a light breeze and temperatures that flirted with 70.
It’s going to be more of the same on Tuesday, with a morning low in the 40s and an afternoon high in the mid-60s — more like fall than winter.
But all of that will change on Wednesday, when a cold front moves into the Fort Worth area, bringing with it a decent chance of rain.
“We’ve got a front that’s coming down tomorrow evening and it will start getting cooler,” said Jason Dunn, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
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Lows Wednesday and Thursday will dip into the 30s.
“And there’s a pretty good chance of rain,” Dunn said.
Rain chances are forecast at 40 percent for Wednesday night and 50 percent for Thursday.
Dunn said there’s a small chance that some snow could be mixed in with the rain.
“But temperatures at the ground will be in the upper 30s, so even if there was snow it would melt before it hit the ground,” Dunn said.
Friday should bring more sunshine, with lows in the 30s and highs in the 50s for most the weekend.
Lee Williams, 817-390-7840