- Temperatures stay warm for the first part of the week
- Rain chances return, some storms could be possible
- Cold weather returns for the end of the week
After what seemed like a great weekend with warm temperatures and even some sunshine, things will be changing up through the week.
The warm weather will stick around for the first part of the week despite a cold front moving through Monday morning.
That isn't going to change temperatures a lot but the humidity will decrease noticeably.
By Tuesday, temperatures are still on the warm side but rain chances start to pick back up with moisture returning to Green Country.
Some of the rain chances on Tuesday and Wednesday have the possibility to be storms. Some of the storms on Wednesday could actually be strong enough to reach the severe level (winds at least 58 miles-per-hour or quarter-sized hail).
Wednesday into Thursday, a cold front will move through Green Country DROPPING temperatures from the upper-60s and low-70s on Wednesday into the 30s for Thursday.
After the temperatures drop into the 30s, things are going to stay on the cooler side through the weekend. Things will start out below freezing in the mornings (talking teens and 20s) then climb into the 30s and 40s for the afternoons.
Friday and Saturday will be dry with lots of sunshine to enjoy despite the colder weather but rain chances do pick back up going into Sunday and the next week.
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