More cloud cover expected for today as we continue to see an influence of moisture not only from the gulf but the pacific as well. Temperatures will once again top out in the low 80's, a good five plus degrees warmer then where we should be. Winds will still be a little breezy but not as bad as yesterday near the south 15 to 20 miles per hour. The increase of moisture along with the area of low pressure across the mid west will bring us a 20% chance for showers and isolated thunderstorm. Best chances will be to our north, so most of the Concho Valley will probably stay dry. Overnight looking for an increase of thunderstorm activity, standing at a 50% chance. Temperatures will stay warm only dipping to the upper 60's. The rain chances will increase as a cold front moves through the region Wednesday evening. Once past the region showers could linger through late Thursday morning, but drying out just in time for Halloween tick or treaters. Front will change up the winds, but not too much of an impact to our temps, still around the upper 70's. Drier air behind the front will bring overnight lows back to the seasonal mark in the mid 40's. Friday looks to stay warm near 79 degrees cooling down just in time for the weekend, just below seasonal in the lower 70's.
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