Persistent weather pattern over the Concho Valley, not only for today but this entire week. Warm and muggy as well as moisture from the gulf and mexico continues to build into the region. Dry line off to our west continues to allow for scattered to isolated thunderstorms to pop up moving eastward. So far today conditions have stayed quite, but can not rule out a stray storm. Overnight lows dropping to the low 70's high mild winds and high dew points. Humid evening turns into a muggy afternoon Wednesday, warming back into the lower 90's. Partly sunny skies with another 20% chance for scattered storms. Most of the moisture will remain west of a San Angelo to Sweetwater line, crossing east. Better chances remain possibly for Thursday, lingering through Saturday. Any storms that do pop up will remain scattered and isolated with the majority of the area staying dry. Temperatures dip just a bit into the lower 90's picking back up for the start of the next work week.
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