Get Ready for a Big Drop in Temperature

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Monday saw a high of 88, but Tuesday is only expected to reach into the 60s.

    A cold front rolled into North Texas late Monday night with rain, lightning and wind, chasing off the lingering warm weather.

    Quick-moving storms dumped heavy rains, and some parts of North Texas reported 60 mph winds.

    The storms are expected to move out of the area by early Tuesday morning, leaving behind cooler temperatures.

    Monday saw a high of 88, but Tuesday is only expected to reach into the upper 60s. Temperatures will rise the rest of the week into the 70s. (Read the full NBC 5 forecast.)

    Oncor Electric Delivery reported 6,316 power outages in the Dallas and Fort Worth metro areas as of about 1 a.m. The majority of the outages -- just more than 5,200 -- were in the Dallas Metro Area. But the outages were down to 2,155 by about 4 a.m.

    By 9 a.m., those outages were down to about 1,700 customers, 1,200 of which were in Fort Worth.

    Near Lubbock, the cold front kicked up a massive dust storm.