After starting off the weekend talking about the chances for severe weather, and then seeing nothing, we're switch our attention now to fire dangers. The much drier conditions across the region along with strong winds will make for prime fire hazards. A Red Flag warning has been issued starting later this morning, 11am to 10pm tonight, this includes the majority of the Concho Valley except for Kimble, Sutton and Mason counties. Though the warning is not issued for those three counties elevated fire dangers still exist today, so take precaution. Winds will jump back to gusty this afternoon out of the West 20 to 25 mph with gusts around 35. Not as strong as what we saw Sunday, but gusty. Temperatures will reach above average back into the low 90's with sunny skies. Going into the evening hours a cold front will make it's way south through the area. Winds will start to shift towards the northwest and lows drop into the upper 40's. The winds will not subside for too long, jumping back up to sustained 20 to 25 and gusts around 30, but it will be noticeably cooler. High temperatures Tuesday will only reach the mid 70's thanks to that front, which is below average. We'll continue to see the influence of the cooler air for a good portion of the extended forecast staying in the 70's for Wednesday, upper 60's on Thursday and then gradually warming back to the 80's for the next weekend.