SAN ANGELO – Blustery north winds following the passage of a cold front across the Concho Valley will bring elevated wildfire danger Monday and freezing temperatures Monday night to the area.
According to Meteorologists with the National Weather Service office in San Angelo, strong north winds behind the cold front will elevate the danger of wildfires and drop temperatures below freezing Monday night
Gusty north winds and dry air will combine behind the cold front to lower humidity and increase wildfire danger.
Temperatures Monday night and early Tuesday morning will dip below freezing in most areas. A light freeze is expected across the area as temperatures will dip into the upper 20s to lower 30s around sunrise Tuesday morning.
Unseasonably dry conditions will persist throughout the week. There currently is no rain in the forecast for the next week.