Just like last week, gulf moisture will be the biggest factor for the Concho Valley starting today. High pressure off to our east along with Hurricane Ingrid bringing a lot of moisture into the region, and along with that chances for thunderstorms. 30% chance for storms today starting mainly around 7am this morning and lasting all day. Expecting partly sunny skies with temps still able to reach around 91 degrees and light winds from the northeast 5 to 10 miles per hour. Overnight the chances for storms will stick around picking back up by Tuesday afternoon. Expecting to dip around 67 degrees overnight even with the mostly cloudy skies and very calm winds from the southwest. Tuesday afternoon will be slightly cooler in the upper 80's as cloud cover from overnight sticks around. Wednesday looks to be the first break from the rain chances with partly sunny skies and temps back into the low 90's, but it doesn't last long. Rain chances return by thursday as low pressure from the north starts moving into the state bringing a cold front with it. Front is expected to pass through the area friday capping temps to the upper 80's Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Rain chances may linger into Sunday as well depending on the timing for the front, but for now expecting things to dry out and warm back into the low 90's.
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