If you’ll be out for a Super Bowl party in the Dallas area, better grab a coat.
A cold front will push into North Texas on Sunday afternoon, gradually dropping the temperature from a high of 64 to the high 30s by midnight, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
“It might get a little windy,” said Juan Hernandez, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
Expect temperatures around 34 degrees by the time the sun rises on Monday, though it’ll likely warm up to the mid-50s by the afternoon. The chance of rain will increase from about 40 percent Monday night to 60 percent Tuesday morning.
Good news: Severe weather is not in the forecast for now, Hernandez said.
The rest of the week will likely remain with highs in the 50s before another cold front rolls in Saturday.
Here’s a look at what meteorologists at KXAS-TV (NBC5) have in the forecast for the week:
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