Warm and muggy has since become the norm for the Concho Valley the past couple of days. This week, those conditions will hold true, as south winds continue to pick up gulf moisture along with extra cloud cover moving in from a disturbance over Mexico. Since the weekend we've been watching a dry line ot our west bringing possible pop up thunderstorms. For today and tomorrow that line will be far enough to keep conditions dry in our neck of the woods, that is until Tuesday night into Wednesday. Tonight will be another mild and humid evening as extra cloud cover builds back in and temperatures only drop to the low 70's. Tomorrow watch for those breezy south-southeast to return 15 to 20 miles per hour with temperatures back into the low to mid 90's. The extra moisture mentioned could bring a few scattered and isolated showers and storms in the late afternoon early evening hours lingering possibly through Wednesday. Conditions will also stay relative unchanged through the work week with lows in the 70's and afternoon highs in the 90's. Thursday looks to stay dry through the start of the weekend, but changes may be necessary later into the forecast.