A cold front will drift through the Del Rio area early Monday bringing slightly elevated wind speeds, but the real effects will not be seen until Tuesday and Wednesday as high temperatures hover around 60°F with lows in the low 40's or possibly high 30's under partly to mostly cloudy skies. A quick rebound is expected on Thursday as an upper-level disturbance moves over the region and brings increasing rain chances, especially in the evening. High temperatures are expected in the high 60's with lows in the mid 50's. A cold front associated with this disturbance will linger through the area and cause increasingly more showers and thunderstorms on Friday (December 7th), with a strong storm or two possible. This is expected to move out overnight Friday into Saturday.
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