Extra cloud cover has found it's way into the region as low pressure to our west begins moving through the region. That has allowed for winds to shift and bring in gulf moisture along with moisture from the pacific. As this system moves east so does the chances for thunderstorms. Most of the Concho Valley will stay dry today but across out extreme west could see a few storms roll through this afternoon, mostly west of a line from Sterling City to Ozona. Temperatures are still expected to be warm, but seasonal, reaching near 87 degrees. Tonight, look for the mid 60's with rain and thunderstorms chances starting in the very early hours of Friday morning, around 1am. Most of the storms we see will pop off to our west and then travel through the region so coverage will be scattered. Expect temperatures to only reach the lower 80's. Through the weekend, low pressure will continue to effect our area with lingering thunderstorm chances all the way through our Memorial Day. Rain totals look to be decent with up to an inch through the 4-day period with some isolated cities seeing more. For the most part the activity should be out of the Concho Valley by Tuesday after noon as temps gradually warm back into the low 90's with partly sunny skies. Wednesday, expecting to see mostly sunny with high temperatures around 95 degrees.