First Alert: Another frontal passage will keep the cool, dry weather in place

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DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - Another cold front has pushed through East Texas today and will reinforce the dry weather and cool mornings that have been in place all week long.

In the wake of today’s frontal passage, we will see daytime highs come down a few notches, falling into the upper 70′s on Friday and near the 80-degree mark on Saturday before we jump into the 80′s for Sunday and much of next week.

Overnight lows will generally stay in the 50′s through the middle of next week, with a few upper 40′s certainly not out of the question, especially on Saturday morning, which is shaping up to be our coolest morning in the near future.

High pressure at the surface and the upper levels of the atmosphere will continue to dominate our weather landscape through early next week, which will give us sun-filled skies and dry conditions as we go from chilly mornings to warm afternoons.

A notable dip in the jet stream will keep cold fronts advancing in our direction for the foreseeable future, with another one moving through on Sunday and then a fourth one possibly sneaking in next Thursday, or a week from now.

The remaining cold frontal passages will be weaker than the initial front that blew through Monday morning, but they will still get the job done and reinforce the dry air and low humidity that are already in place.

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