NBC5 Weather Forecast

Seasonably Cool Temps Before A Big Warm Up.

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    Expect good weather for holiday shopping and travel.

    As Sunday's Wind Advisory and Red Flag Fire Warning expire, temperatures tonight will drop into the 30s with our coldest suburbs down near freezing.

    Breezy conditions will continue overnight and Monday keeping temperatures just below normal.

    A huge warmup is expected Tuesday as very strong southwesterly winds warm us up to the mid 70s.

    Our next cold front will come through Wednesday with a few isolated showers. Cooler highs in the 60s are expected for Wednesday with the coldest air settling in Thursday as highs won't get out of the 50s.

    DFW still hasn't seen its first official freeze; and a first freeze is not expected this week, even on the coldest nights. The normal first freeze is November 22nd. The latest first freeze was back in 1972 when it didn't happen until January 4th. Last year, our first freeze was December 16th when DFW dropped to 28 degrees. This year, the coldest morning was November 16th when our low temperature was 34 degrees.