After today's above average temperatures push their way through Killeen, a cold front is expected to make its way through the area tonight, bringing with it high rain chances and a sharp drop in temperatures.
According to the National Weather Service in Dallas/Fort Worth, a rain chance of 40% is expected to move into the area around 9 p.m. tonight and quickly grow to an 80% chance. The temperature is also expected to drop to 38 degrees over night with lows to remain in the 30s every night this week.
The temperatures today will start off warm, with the high temperature reaching 80 degrees. The low temperatures will drop down to 38 degrees tonight.
The high temperature is expected to hit 41 degrees Tuesday while the low temperature could drop to 30 degrees. Tuesday's rain chances will start off at 100% before dropping to 40% overnight before disappearing entirely.
On Wednesday the high temperature could drop back down to 55 degrees while the low temperature could hit 33 degrees.
The high temperature will only reach 56 degrees on Thursday. The low temperature will drop all the way to 37 degrees.
The high temperature will rise to 63 degrees Friday. The low temperatures is only expected to reach 44 degrees.
On Saturday the high temperature will climb again to 68 degrees. The low temperature is expected to remain around 45 degrees.