KLST Fri. 07/11/14 6pm Weather

By Jeremy Linder

Published 07/11 2014 08:57PM

Updated 07/11 2014 09:04PM

Cloud cover's kept our normal mid-90's temps at bay, but with those clouds eroding, we could see just a slight increase in those numbers before sunset. Dewpoints starting to drop down , expecting the upper 50's later tonight, which is right around what we've been seeing for the past few days. A nice breeze rolling through at this hour, winds from the south at 20 mph. Those should die down to about 5-10 mph overnight. For tonight, the Concho Valley will dip down to the 70-degree mark, with light winds out of the south-southeast. Watch for our temperatures to recover nicely for tomorrow afternoon, topping out at 95 degrees. Taking a look ahead, we can expect a quick warmup this weekend, possibly even hitting the triple-digit mark on Monday, with a possible cooldown for the middle to late part of next week, as low pressure pushes a cold front slowly through our area. That front could bring some showers along with it, as early as Tuesday.

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