Much cooler across the Concho Valley as 89 was the official high today around 4 this afternoon. Overnight rainfall looked to make it's way to the region but then fizzled out at the last moment. That gave a lot of cloud cover that has slowly burned off, and diminished our rain chances for tomorrow. Conditions look to stay dry even overnight as low dip around the seasonal mark near 71 degrees with northeast winds around 5 miles per hour. Thursday, skies will stay partly sunny and dry helping to warm back up to the mid 90's which is also normal for this time of year. Friday looks to be our next chance for thunderstorms as storms are expect to form overnight and push through the Concho Valley in the morning. Best chances will be to the north, as temps still top out in the upper 90's near 97. Saturday rain chances are now to the south so, we look to be missing the brunt of the system. By then expecting high pressure to slowly build back in as temps stay in the mid to upper 90's for the weekend and start of the next work week.
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