The clouds have stuck around this morning, and could make way for a potential wet afternoon. High pressure off to the east is steering moisture from the gulf right into southern texas and up towards the Concho Valley. Chances for thunderstorms stand around 30% and what we do see will be very isolated and scattered. Depending on how much cloud cover stick around and if we do see a storm or two will determine the high temperature for today. Right now going with a high near 90 degrees with partly sunny skies and winds out of the southeast 10 to 15 miles per hour. Thunderstorms could linger into the evening hours as well, that will help to keep the cloud cover and cap overnight lows to around 68 degrees and calm winds. Wednesday will start off a slightly warmer and drier forecast. Highs will top out near 92 degrees and partly sunny skies. As the high pressure mentioned previously heads back to the west rain chances look to be hindered. Staying dry for the rest of the work week and into the weekend, along with temperatures in the low to mid 90's. By next week another pattern very similar to today looks to be shaping up, giving us another possibility for thunderstorms.
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