Expect temperatures this morning to continue to decrease as winds stay fairly light and skies remain clear. By the afternoon, you can probably guess what we're going to see ... the 60's. After two days of the same conditions you could swear the weather pattern is a broken record and keeps repeating it self. High pressure remains to the west and low pressure to the east bringing the upper atmosphere flow right through the Concho Valley from the northwest. The next week cold front is not expected to move through until tomorrow but don't expect any major changes. Front is staying dry with cooler air behind it so temperatures start to warm up then cool back down. Near 60 degrees today warming to 64 tomorrow, then dropping to 61 by Friday. Same story going into the weekend and at the start of the next work week. Overnight lows will be about the same warmer then cooler dependent on the winds. Despite all the front temperatures still remain technically above average, staying above the seasonal normal of 59 degrees.
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