First Freeze of Season Heads to North Texas

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Grab your coat and gear up for the chill as we prepare for the first freeze of the season in North Texas.

With wind gusts up to 35 mph moving through October 30, temperatures will feel like they are in the upper 20s, per First Alert Weather, CBS News Texas.

As we head towards the evening, brace yourself for a cold front as strong, northerly winds continue to make the weather conditions gusty and chilly, according to The Weather Channel.

A freeze warning has been issued for North Texas and far western Central Texas. The warning is scheduled from Tuesday at 2 a.m. to 9 a.m. CT. Sub-freezing temperatures as low as 28 are expected during this time.

The Halloween weather forecast is breezy, clear, and sunny around 5 p.m., with temperatures in the upper 50s seemingly set to drop to the upper 40s by 8 p.m.

As we look towards the rest of the week, the rain has moved towards the east, making way for clear and sunny skies. However, do not let the sun deceive you, as cold and frosty mornings will continue to persist until Thursday, making the mornings feel like it is in the mid to upper 20s.

As we head towards the weekend, we can expect to see scattered clouds making a comeback on Friday and sticking around through the remainder. The temperature is expected to increase gradually, with Sunday looking like it will be the warmest day of the weekend, reaching a high of 77 and a low of 60.

With temperatures dropping, do not forget to prioritize the safety and comfort of yourself and those around you. To protect your outdoor plants from the harsh weather, cover them properly. It is also advised to turn sprinkler systems off to prevent icy sidewalks and roadways. Additionally, your furry friends may require extra care during this time, so make sure to keep them safe and warm indoors.

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