A wind chill advisory was in effect until 9am this morning with values between zero and 5 degrees from I-10 all the way to I-20. The freezing start is all due to the cold front that passed through Sunday bringing the cold arctic air to the south. Temperatures today will only top our near 35 degrees with winds decreasing throughout the day and switching towards the south-southwest by tonight. Into the overnight hours mostly clear skies will allow for temps to dip way below freezing once again in the teens but winds will remain light. By Tuesday look for a much more "normal" day in the Concho Valley. Highs warming up to near 51 degrees with breezy winds 15 to 20 miles per hour out of the southwest. The return of the southwest winds will increase moisture from the gulf increase dew points and cloud cover on Wednesday Temps will still reach in the low 60's before another cold front pushes it's way slowly through the area. Expecting to see the majority of the changes by Thursday, cooling to the upper 50's and partly sunny skies. Rain chances return as well by Thursday night into Friday, right now 30%. Still the afternoon looks to be in the 60's. By Saturday look for dry conditions to return and clouds to decrease. Near 61 on Saturday and 65 by next Sunday.
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