Cooler temperatures are on the way this week as we enter an active weather pattern.
Clouds will gradually increase today ahead of our next storm system.
We will have seasonal high temperatures in the 50s with light southeasterly winds.
Isolated showers and patchy drizzle will move in from the southwest tonight.
Although most of the rain will stay near the Red River, a few showers are possible for the metro for the morning commute.
Rain totals will be very light.
Colder air will follow tomorrow with afternoon temperatures in the 30s and 40s.
Strong northeasterly winds will create an added chill.
Our next storm system will bring small rain chances on Friday.
A bigger storm system is expected for the second half of the weekend.
A winter mix is possible.
Temperatures will be much colder in the 30s for highs and lows as cold as the teens.
Stay tuned for updates!