Chilly air has finally moved into the Dallas area and is expected to stay through early next week.
Air pushing down from the Arctic Circle made its way into Texas Thursday night and continued to push through the rest of the state Friday. With contributing factors such as the gusty winds that will accompany the temperature plunge, AccuWeather.com RealFeel temperatures can be as low as the upper 30s for the weekend.
The actual high temperatures for the Dallas area this weekend will be in the upper 40s, nearly 30 degrees lower than they were at midweek. Overnight lows will plunge down into the mid-30s, likely bringing some frosts and freezes to the area.
Precipitation is also likely, as showers invade the city through the weekend accompanied by cloudy skies. Sunday brings a chance of sleet as well.
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