The winds have picked up fairly quickly, if they persist the morning lows won't drop too much. Still expect to see partly sunny skies and gusty winds ahead of what could be an active day weather wise. A dryline is expected to move through later this afternoon interacting with energy to the north, producing a chance for severe storms later today. The timing looks to be from 1pm this afternoon till around 1am tonight. San Angelo stand around a 20% to 30% chance with greater potential heading northwest. Will be watching for strong winds, large hail and lightening with these storms. Temperatures will be warm as well jumping back into the low 90's ahead of the next dry cold front tomorrow. Expect to see partly cloudy skies tonight with lighter winds after the storms move through and lows around the mid 60's. Thursday will see winds back to the north and slightly cooler only in the mid to upper 80's. By Friday we'll be right back into the 90's with another round of severe storms possible for Saturday afternoon and evening. All this again right before a dry cold front sweeps through Sunday dropping us back to the 80's to end the weekend and start the next work week.