The cold front has crossed, and drier/COOLER air has moved in.  The skies will be sunny today, and highs will reach the low-mid 70s.   This cool down is only the beginning.  A 2nd cold front will cross the area on Friday afternoon...leading to a CHILLY weekend.  Yet, for Halloween (before the front crosses), temps will reach the low-mid 70s again (not bad). 

In the wake of the 2nd previously mentioned front, the coldest air we've had all season will blanket the Gulf Coast as Canadian cold air moves to our area.  So, your heavier coat will be need both Saturday and Sunday...especially in the mornings as temps drop into the mid 30s.

The brief Fall Chill will improve by early next week.  Temps will moderate back to near average levels  by Tueday as a warm southerly wind returns.  


There's a tropical wave northeast of Puerto Rico that has a low chance for development. No other tropical cyclone development is expected. 

Meteorologist Deitra Tate

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