After an extended period of benign weather, the pattern is about to change up and become WET. Over the past few days low pressure has been kicking up gulf moisture, now that will start combining with moisture from the pacific and low pressure that's across most of the midwest. The interaction of the two will bring a lot more cloud cover tonight with temps dropping to the low to mid 60's. By Saturday afternoon we'll still warm up to the 80's with a 20% chance for showers and thunderstorms. Sunday through the next work week will stay wet as well, with possible heavy rain fall Sunday afternoon, 70% chance. The Concho Valley could see anywhere between one and three inches of rain with some localized areas seeing more. Localized flooding could also be an issue, most around the most prone areas, low lying street, creeks, and river beds. Monday, will still have a chance for rain and thunderstorms, but the next biggest change comes on Tuesday. That's when a cold front is expected to push south through the Concho Valley, bring some extra rain and cooler temperatures back into the 70's. Wednesday could bring our last chance for moisture as we look to dry out for the rest of the work week.
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