Monday’s cold front might feel more noticeable Tuesday in the Taylor area.

The first day of winter is still two months away, but the Taylor area might feel like taking another look at the calendar Monday.

High temperatures will be dipping into the 60s and 50s next week, according to the Taylor Texas Weather Network. Lows will trend in the 40s and 50s for several days.

The lower temperatures will follow a weak cold front that entered into the area Friday, Oct. 23.

“Warm weather returns Sunday,” said the National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio office, “but another front Monday will bring cloudy, rainy and cool conditions through midweek.”

After reaching 83 degrees on Sunday, Oct. 25, high temperatures are forecast to be around 70 on Monday, dropping into the upper 50s Wednesday and mid 60s Wednesday. Thursday’s highs return to the 70s.

For rainfall, a 40% chance of showers is forecast for Monday and Tuesday. Chances rise to 50% along with possible thunderstorms on Wednesday before falling to 20% on Thursday. Despite the winter feel, no snow or ice is anticipated.

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