As of Monday night, light showers had redeveloped over the Brownwood area, and light showers are expected off and on through Monday night over much of the Big Country. Drizzle and fog are also possible as temperatures drop to around 60 degrees. Tuesday, expect showers off and on. Amounts are not expected to be over a half inch, in most cases, a quarter inch or less but a few isolated pockets of heavier rain will be possible. A cold front moves into the area on Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning and that keeps rain in the forecast. Temperatures on Tuesday near 70 followed by lows Tuesday night near 50. On Wednesday, skies should gradually clear from northwest to southeast and with a north wind, cool temperatures around 62 are projected. Then, Wednesday night, under clear skies and lighter wind, the temperature is forecast to drop into the middle 30's, possibly our coldest night yet this Fall season. Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be sunny days with highs on Thursday near 63, on Friday near 68 and Saturday near 72. Clouds return next Sunday with possible again going into next Monday.
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