This week brings foggy mornings, fire watch conditions and freezing temperatures.
A second round of severe weather is forecast for tonight ahead of an approaching strong cold front. Temps will plunge into the 20s early Sunday morning.
Another round of severe weather is forecast for Friday.
Sub-freezing temps are on forecast for tonight and tomorrow night.
Areas northwest may see freezing rain late Thursday while this area will just get rain.
Showers and thunderstorms are possible Saturday as a cold front passes through the area.
There's a possibility of severe weather tomorrow into tomorrow evening.
Today's record high will drop nearly 50 degrees as a cold front passes through tonight.
A round of severe weather is forecast for this evening into tomorrow morning.
Severe storms with supercell thunderstorm activity is expected to reach the panhandle between 1-6 p.m. Thursday.