AUSTIN -- The strongest cold front so far this season will push through Central Texas on Saturday. The front will come through the area with little to no rain, but will still pack a punch for the weekend.
Ahead of the front, high temperatures Wednesday will be in the upper 80s and low 90s for Thursday and Friday. Highs will only reach into the mid 70s on Saturday, as a gusty north wind filters in dry and cooler air into the region.
Lows Sunday morning will only be in the mid 50s, with highs on Sunday staying in the 60s.Sunday will feature windy conditions under mostly cloudy skies and pockets of light rain and sprinkles.
Although high temperatures will rebound back to the 70s by Monday, low temperatures will remain in the 50s Monday and Tuesday morning.
This cold front is already pushing through the northern Plains and Rockies. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for parts of North Dakota and Montana. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for a small portion of northwestern Montana, where six to 10 inches of snow could fall. Minnesota is under a Winter Storm Watch, as six to 12 inches of snow will be possible there later this week.