Today: Highs warm into the upper-60s Tuesday with mostly sunny skies. Increased cloud cover late at night leads to overnight lows in the mid-50s. 

Wednesday-Thursday: We reach the low-70s on Wednesday before a strong cold front pushes through late in the evening bringing a line of rain. Some thunderstorms along this band of rain could bring damaging winds. After the frontal passage, strong north winds will set up, bringing a big cooldown. Wednesday lows get into the low-40s with highs in the low-50s on Thursday. Thursday night could dip a little below freezing. A disturbance from the Gulf of Mexico brings in a band of moisture after the cold front. Expect very cold showers on Thursday. There is a question of possible wintry precipitation on Thursday. SO far, the chances look low, however, freezing is a small possibility. Overpasses and bridges that remain wet Thursday night could freeze over.  

Friday-Sunday: Prepare for some of the coldest temperatures we’ve seen all season. Strong north winds hold on Friday and Saturday which will reinforce a cooling trend. Highs on Friday and Saturday will only be in the midto-upper-40s with overnight lows in the upper-20s to near 30 degrees. A hard freeze is possible and something to keep an eye on. Sunday remains cold but highs should get back into the low-50s. Sunday night could still see another freeze.