The winds will die down tonight to around 5 mph at times from the west.
This will allow frost to form over much of the KWWL viewing area. There is a FROST ADVISORY through 9 AM for areas that didn’t get hit as hard the other night. (These counties still have some outdoor tender plants that lived.)
Temperatures will drop to around 30. Some may dip into the upper 20s as skies clear out tonight.
We will have quite a bit of sunshine for Monday with temperatures climbing back into the 50s.
Showers and a few storms may track through the region late Monday night into Tuesday. Winds will be stronger on Tuesday as they turn to the northwest and bring cooler temperatures back (briefly) for Wednesday.
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