Fairly quite afternoon yesterday with temperature soaring into the triple digits for the fourth consecutive day and 8th for the year. All the while a slow moving cold front pushed south through the pan handle and into the Big Country. Scattered showers moved along the front getting as close as Coleman county. At one point there was a severe thunderstorm warning, but conditions calmed quickly as storms fizzled out overnight. For today watching again for scattered showers as outflow from storms in the pan handle move through the area. Best chances remain northeast of I-20 but could dip into the Concho Valley. With this activity we could see some relief from the triple digits with high temperatures only expected to reach the upper 90's. Going into the evening expect to see seasonal conditions with a little extra cloud cover and lows near 73 with light winds. Those winds tomorrow will pick up becoming breezy around the southwest 15 to 20 miles per hour as another front pushes through. Expecting to see the front much later in the day allowing for the triple digits one more time. It will also bringing our best chances for storms going into Thursday with conditions 10 degrees cooler. Drier air behind the front looks to quickly turn off the showers activity drying out Friday but staying below average all the way through the next weekend.