After a fairly mild morning we've watch those south winds pick up with force. Around the noon hours gusts were up to near 30 miles per hour. Watch for these conditions to last all the way through the weekend with warmer conditions as well as high pressure finds it's way back to our door step. Right now we're also watching a cold front moving just east of the Rocky Mountains allowing for the chance of scattered and isolated thunderstorms along a dry line near the Permian Basin. If any storms do pop up some may be able to hit the western third of the Concho Valley. Chances for severe weather are light but any storm could back a lot of lightening, strong winds and hail. Most of the region will of course stay dry through the evening hours. Will see more cloud cover with mostly could skies and an overnight low around 73 degrees. Tomorrow expect to see partly sunny, highs around 94 and gusty south winds 20 to 25 with gusts around 35. The warm up trend continues through Sunday, peaking near 97 degrees on Monday. That's where we're expecting to see low pressure try to make it's way into the gulf and giving a slight cool down into the mid 90's through the middle of the next work week.