After a fairly dry past few days, this afternoon looks to once again be the same. Partly sunny skies expected in the forecast with temperatures warmer then yesterday back to the low 90's. Moisture still in the region is giving a slight chance for isolated showers, but given the lack of rain this week, I'm not very optimistic we'll see anything today. By tonight clouds will once again move in as high pressure moves to the east, giving another influence of gulf moisture to the Concho Valley. Low temperatures are expected to drop near 70 degrees with light winds from the south 5 to 10 miles per hour. By Thursday the moisture will be the key feature to watch. Shower and thunderstorms chances jump from near nothing to 40% during the afternoon with mostly cloudy skies. All the moisture is a good thing and if we don't see anything Thursday, I'm pretty sure we will by Friday. As high pressure moves out, low pressure moves in bringing a weak cold front. This front along with the cloud cover is enough to keep temperatures in the mid to upper 80's. The front will also give some lift allowing more storms to pop up, chances for Friday stand around 50% right now. Behind the front is drier air, will make the morning less muggy and with clearer skies and lighter winds much cooler. We'll gradually warm up for the weekend and into the next work week, still expecting though the low 90's.
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