Prepare for sweater weather condition. After a warm weekend, a strong cold front is headed for North Texas that will bring the possibility for storms, KXAS-TV (NBC5) weather condition anchor Keisha Burns stated. The front is expected to move through Dallas-Fort Worth late Sunday.
“There will be a threat of rain, but it’ll end rapidly,” Burns stated. “Then you’re looking dry for the rest of the day [Monday] and the rest of the week for that matter.”
Widespread serious weather condition isn’t expected, but some locations farther north– such as parts Collin and Denton counties– might get gusty winds and small hail as the front moves through, she stated.
Ahead of the front’s arrival, the National Weather Service released a wind advisory for the majority of North Texas, including Dallas, Collin, Tarrant and Denton counties, from 9 p.m. Sunday through 5 a.m. Monday.
Gusts up to 40 miles per hour might toss around unsecured outdoor items such as lawn furniture, and winds might make driving more difficult for prominent automobiles such as tractor-trailers, the weather condition service cautioned.
After the front moves through, Dallas-Fort Worth is set for a cool week with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s, Burns stated.
A Wind Advisory is in impact from 9 PM to 7 AM for parts of North and Central Texas.Sustained winds near 15-25 miles per hour with gusts to 40 miles per hour will be possible overnight as a strong cold front brings windy conditions to the region. Be sure to protect any loose outdoor objects! #txwx pic.twitter.com/U64tQRjKsO– NWS Fort Worth(@NWSFortWorth)September 27, 2020 The cool weather condition will last, thanks to another cold front that is set to move through the
location Thursday, stated Juan Hernandez, a weather service meteorologist.”An enhancing shot of cool air will show up Thursday evening from the northeast, “he stated.
“The arrival of this cold front will cause highs on Friday about 5-10 [degrees] cooler compared to Thursday. “Here’s what KXAS-TV(NBC5)has in
the forecast. Sunday: 89/69 Monday: 73/60; overnight storms Tuesday: 77/55 Wednesday: 82/54 Thursday: 80/59 Source: dallasnews.com