The wind will diminish this evening. With less wind, a clear sky, and a dry atmosphere, temperatures will fall fast tonight. Lows will be in the lower 40s with colder spots reaching into the 30s. Because of this, a frost advisory is in effect for Elk and Cameron Counties. Even some of the colder valley spots in other counties can have a touch of frost. If you live in a spot that consistently runs cooler than other locations, you may want to cover plants with a cloth over and remove it first thing in the morning.

Wednesday will start off with a good deal of sunshine, but that sunshine will give way to afternoon clouds. Temperatures Wednesday will probably only rise into the middle to upper 60s. Showers will arrive later Wednesday, and we will continue to have showers, even a thunderstorm in spots, Wednesday night into Thursday. Thursday will be a little warmer with clouds and sunshine with highs in the middle, to in spots upper, 70s.

A big taste of summer is going to come our way from Friday into Saturday.  Both days will feature some hazy sunshine with just the chance for a stray shower or thunderstorm on either day. Temperatures will reach into the middle to upper 80s on Friday and then close to 90 on Saturday. The next cold front will bring in some thunderstorms some showers and thunderstorms later Saturday night into Sunday. With this precipitation and more clouds, Sunday will not be as warm, nor as humid with highs in the middle 70s. Monday and Tuesday should be comfortable days with a good deal of sunshine. Highs will be in the lower to maybe middle 70s.

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