Currently in San Angelo it's 79 degrees outside with overcast skies and light winds out of the southwest. Much drier conditions this afternoon as the low pressure that's brought a lot of rain to the area continues to push east. Some threat for storms exist today mostly southeast of a Sonora to Brownwood line. For the rest of the Concho Valley look for warmer temperatures as overcast skies this morning thin out becoming partly sunny later this afternoon. Still the four days of rain have been well needed for the region. San Angelo saw another record breaking rainfall last night at 1.87", the old record was 1.72" back in 1998. That is also enough the erase the deficit we've seen since the beginning of the year. Annual rainfall stands now at 8.27" compared to the normal of 7.47", that's nearly an inch above, and not the 7" behind we had last week. Temperatures could crack into the 90's as winds stay fairly light out of the northwest 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tonight partly cloud skies will make way for another mild evening with a overnight low around 65 degrees. Those winds find a way to pick right back up Wednesday getting breezy out of the northeast 10 to 15 mph, temps will reach the upper 80's. As high pressure builds in temperatures will keep increasing cracking the 90's again by Friday and warming into the mid 90's by next Monday. There is also small impulses of energy expected Friday and Saturday, but as of right now effecting mainly our east and north, thus sticking with a dry forecast through the 7-day.