October 19, 2007 at 11:37 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

If you’ve lived here for any length of time, you know that there are some pretty warm days during the run of the Great State Fair of Texas. By the time the fair comes to an end, we start to get our first real taste of cooler weather.
And the weather computer models confirm this again this year: a strong cold front is expected to move through North Texas Sunday night into Monday morning with showers and much cooler air. Looks like we can break out the fall clothes early next week. High temperatures will be in the 60s and morning lows will fall to the 40s by Tuesday morning.
Now, this forecast, as all forecasts, comes with an asterisk…the cold front is in the Pacific northwest as of Friday morning. The forecast is dependent on the front moving at its current speed and direction…so if the front slows down, the arrival of the cooler weather is delayed. If the front speeds up, the cooler weather arrives earlier. And if the front changes direction completely, it could always miss us.
But as things look now, the State Fair ends on Sunday and the cool weather begins on Monday!


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