First Alert: A much-advertised cold front will bring in fall weather this weekend

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Published: Oct. 14, 2021 at 4:48 PM CDT|Updated: Oct. 14, 2021 at 9:25 PM CDT
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DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - It will remain mostly cloudy overnight as the muggy air will lead to lows only dropping into the lower 70′s.

Friday will be our last considerable warm and muggy day before a much-advertised cold front greets us with its presence late in the day. A low-end, 30% chance of rain may accompany the frontal passage when it sweeps through the Piney Woods on Friday afternoon.

This frontal passage will usher in much cooler, drier, and refreshing air just in time for the weekend.

With cool, breezy, northerly winds coming in behind the cold front, we will be in store for some fantastic weather this weekend and early next week as high pressure dominates our weather landscape.

This will lead to chilly mornings followed by mild afternoons under starlit skies and sun-filled afternoons from the weekend through early next week. This will be our first, real taste of fall as there will be noticeable chill in the air, especially in the morning hours when wake-up temperatures bottom out in the upper 40′s on Sunday and Monday mornings.

Look for winds to shift back to the southeast by the middle of next week. This will lead to a gradual warming trend before another cold front looks to arrive with a low-end rain chance by next Thursday.

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