SAN ANGELO, Texas — After a few wet and chilly days, the weather is about to turn beautiful for the weekend. Temperatures on both Saturday and Sunday will be in the lower 70s during the afternoon hours, with the sun returning. However, clouds will be on the increase Sunday ahead of our next cold front. 

Weekend forecast
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

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This front will bring in much colder air as it moves through West Texas Monday. Temperatures will fall throughout the day, with evening temperatures expected in the upper 30s. 

Monday evening temperatures
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

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By Tuesday morning, temperatures throughout West Texas will be below freezing, with wind chills in the teens. Not much retrieve from the bitter temperatures, as the chill is expected to remain in place through the upcoming week. 

Tuesday morning wind chills
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

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This cold air is part of an enormously large area of below normal temperatures set to make its way into the eastern half of the nation. Temperatures in the Great Lakes and Northeast will not climb above freezing for a majority of the week. 

Stay with the FOX West Texas Weather Team for the latest information on the cold.