After the brief cool down last weekend, high pressure is building back in making for warmer afternoons. Today will be flirting with the triple digits with mostly sunny skies and strong south-southwest winds. High pressure bringing about an increase amount of gulf moisture allowing for a dryline to form off to our west in the Permian Basin. That along with a small impulse of energy may pop off a few scattered and isolated thunderstorms later this afternoon and into the evening moving east into the Concho Valley. Coverage will be limited with most of the region staying dry. Going into the overnight hours lows will drop to the low to mid 70's warming back into the upper 90's for Thursday. That is also where we expect to see a weak cold front pushing through switching our winds back towards the northwest. Conditions will stay breezy with wind speeds between 15 to 20 miles per hour, but it will be enough to kick back temps for Friday to the lower 90's. The weekend quickly rebounds back into the upper 90's flirting with the triple digits once again for Sunday. The next work week, looks to stay warm as well but temperatures do show signs of at least cooling down into the mid 90's.