After reaching the triple digit mark for yesterday, we've in store for a cooler forecast for today. Cold front pushing slowly south across the lone star state, bringing extra cloud cover and chances for rain during a good portion of the week. Most of the shower activity remains to our west over portions of the Permian Basin, but the Concho Valley could see some of that action later today. Expecting to see the cold front push through during the early afternoon around a line from Mertzon to San Angelo to Brownwood, stalling out just shy of the I-10 corridor. Storms remain around a 40% chance as the front moves through capping temperatures to the mid 90's. Tonight expect to return to the low 70's with decreasing clouds by Wednesday as the front retreats north as a warm front. Still slight chance for rain as conditions rebound into the mid to upper 90's with mostly sunny skies. But a second more stronger front is expect by Thursday increasing rain chances through Friday and cooling temperatures again to the low 90's. That's where high pressure returns as we watch for a warmer trend just in time for the weekend and the start of the next work week.
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