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Say ‘bye’ to sticky weather

Today should bring a drastic change in the unseasonably warm weather residents in Ellis County have been sweating through for the past few days.
By early afternoon, National Weather Service meteorologists expect a frontal system from Canada to reach its way south far enough to blow in cold air and rain. Meteorologist Amber Elliott said the relatively warm overnight conditions Wednesday were expected to have dissipated as daybreak approached and temperatures would steadily drop over a matter of a few hours.

The high for today is expected to be only in the mid-50s in the mid-afternoon, and overnight lows into Friday look like they’ll be below freezing in the lower 30s.

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