Conditions slowly cooling down across the Concho Valley as low pressure to our north brings in some well needed moisture. Not only will this increase cloud cover later this week but also introduces rain chances into the forecast starting today. Expecting mostly sunny skies and high temperatures topping out near 96 degrees. As the moisture increase with the heating of the day could see a thunderstorm or shower roll through after mainly 1pm. Chances stand at 20% and most activity will be isolated, landing mostly to our west and north so don't be surprised to stay dry but be prepared. Better rain chances tomorrow increase to a 30% chance and even cooler only reaching 94 thanks to partly sunny skies. Saturday ends off the rain chances as it lingers through the day but drying out into the evening. That's where we find high pressure follow suit warming things back up for the rest of the weekend and for Labor day. 98 degrees expected for both Monday and Tuesday, possibly dropping to 95 next Wednesday.