Showers and storms scattered throughout the Concho Valley starting early this morning. Rainfall remains isolated as well with only 0.03" over at Mathis field for San Angelo and 0.61" over in Ozona. Then another wave of energy passed through the panhandle hitting mostly the big country, with Sweetwater reporting 1.18" and Abilene nearly 2". Since then things have been relatively calm with slightly cooler temperatures. Most of the storm activity looks to be done with for the afternoon with a 20% chance lingering through the evening as another quick pulse of energy passes through the northwest again. Into the overnight hours expect to see mostly cloudy skies with low around 68 degrees. By Wednesday afternoon should see the seasonal low 90's again with dry conditions for most of the region. Some showers will be possible but mostly to our north and east. High pressure continuing to build in from the west allowing for a drier and warmer trend through the rest of the week and into the weekend. Still watching for possible pulse of energy to allow for additional showers but for now going dry. Saturday will return conditions to the upper 90's with slightly cooler conditions expecting to see the mid 90's.
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