Thurs. 08/01/13 Noon Weather

Thurs. 08/01/13 Noon Weather

<font size=2>Cooler start to the day as skies stay mostly clear during the overnight hours. But, don't be fooled to think that means a cooler afternoon. This Thursday will once again be hot across the Concho Valley as high pressure stays centered over the region. This will keep daytime temps at near 102 degrees, just like yesterday. Winds will offer some relief coming from the northeast 5 to 10 miles per hour. Overnight skies will stay clear once again as temps dip down to the mid 70's. Still expecting some muggy conditions in the early morning as dew points are expected to remain in the low to mid 60's. As Friday inches closer, still expecting to see the peak of temperatures near 103 degrees as winds pick up pace as well from the south 10 to 15 miles per hour with gusts around 20 in the late morning hours and early afternoon. For the extended forecast conditions look to stay high and dry as high pressure continues to be the dominate force in our weather pattern. The weekend looks to be sunny and hot in the triple digits, continuing through the start of the next work week. </font>
Cooler start to the day as skies stay mostly clear during the overnight hours. But, don't be fooled to think that means a cooler afternoon. This Thursday will once again be hot across the Concho Valley as high pressure stays centered over the region. This will keep daytime temps at near 102 degrees, just like yesterday. Winds will offer some relief coming from the northeast 5 to 10 miles per hour. Overnight skies will stay clear once again as temps dip down to the mid 70's. Still expecting some muggy conditions in the early morning as dew points are expected to remain in the low to mid 60's. As Friday inches closer, still expecting to see the peak of temperatures near 103 degrees as winds pick up pace as well from the south 10 to 15 miles per hour with gusts around 20 in the late morning hours and early afternoon. For the extended forecast conditions look to stay high and dry as high pressure continues to be the dominate force in our weather pattern. The weekend looks to be sunny and hot in the triple digits, continuing through the start of the next work week.
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