After the cold front late yesterday afternoon, temperatures are expected to stay cool once again in the Concho Valley. At the same time low pressure off the coast of Southern California is allowing for the increase of pacific moisture. This will allow for more cloud cover throughout the day helping to cap temps to the upper 40's. If we see more sun shine then expected this number may have to be bumped up later today. For the most part expecting a normal weather pattern where temps will drop to the coldest point around 7am, warming up gradually with a high of 48 by the early afternoon, decreasing by sunset. Winds will stay fairly light from the southeast 5 to 10 miles per hour. All the moisture will help to keep conditions above freezing tonight, but will also give a slight chance for some showers. By Friday much drier conditions expected across the region as we finally see a glimpse of seasonal weather, highs in the low 60's with evening lows near freezing. This trend will be short lived as the low mentioned early moves east pushing a cold front past the area on Saturday, cooling us slightly. The rest of the weekend will be spent warming back up to the normal, near 56 degrees on Sunday, 62 by Monday. The next work week looks even better as conditions continue to warm near 65 on Tuesday and 60 on Wednesday.
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