After a mild weekend across Green Country, the fact that some colder temperatures are moving in is going to be a negative note.
With the colder temperatures, it is going to be feeling more like Winter rather than early Spring.
The first of two cold fronts will move through Green Country. Some isolated rain chances will be possible but the biggest change will be in the winds.
Temperatures will drop slightly for the afternoon but with winds gusting up to 30 miles per hour out of the north will make it feel about 10-15-degrees COLDER than it actually is.
Clouds move out of Green Country allowing temperatures to cool down overnight behind the cold front.
Temperatures will drop into the teens in some places while others will be in the 20s. Winds should be relatively calm overnight meaning that wind chills won't be as bad for the morning.
Sunshine will allow the highs to climb back into the mid-40s despite being behind the first cold front.
Another cold front will arrive dropping temperatures even more.
Morning lows will be in the teens with feel-like-temps in the single digits because of the northern winds.
Even though skies will be mostly clear, the fact that another cold front moves through will keep temperatures on the cold side all day long! Afternoon temperatures will only be in the 20s, not climbing above freezing.
More sunshine and winds changing up will allow temperatures to warm back up into the 40s.
The southern winds will be bringing moisture back into Green Country eventually leading into some rain chances for the weekend.
More warm weather arrives despite the clouds starting to return to Green Country.
With more moisture coming in, there will be more clouds and temperatures warming up even more.
Be prepared for some warm weekend weather! A mixture of sunshine and clouds will be present through the weekend.
Isolated rain chances will be possible as well ahead of another cold front that will be moving through at the end of the weekend and start of the next week.
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