. High pressure and southwest winds again in the forecast. The combination yesterday allowed for San Angelo ot tie it's record high at 103 degrees. Today expect to see the upper 90's to lower triple digits again across the region. High winds will also cause a concern for fire conditions, right now Coke and Sterling counties are under a red flag warning. Dew points will be low as well allowing for a dry line to form off to the east. This may allow a few isolated thunderstorms to kick off, but the majority of the region will stay dry. Tonight showers could continue to pop up along the I-10 corridor, but again the majority of the Concho Valley will stay dry. Low temperatures will stay warm only dropping into the upper 60's. Wednesday will be another warm one back into the mid 90's with an increase of cloud cover and winds back to the southwest 15 to 20 mph. The dryline will retreat to the west and push east again throughout the day allowing for a slight chance for thunderstorms Wednesday, standing at 30% increasing overnight and lingering through Thursday morning. All this while low pressure moves across keeping temps at least into the low 90's through the rest of the work week and into the weekend.