Another chilly start to the morning will lead to a warm afternoon. High temperatures expected to above average near 72 degrees with mostly sunny skies. Winds will become an issue as the increase out of the south 10 to 15 miles per hour with gusts possible around 25. The winds are mainly as high pressure to the west begins to flatten out allowing for low pressure to dig south across the west coast. These changes will also bring in more moisture into the region allowing for an increase of cloud cover. Look for partly sunny across the Concho Valley Thursday as highs still persist in the low 70's. But that's were the warm weather ends and the cooler conditions move in. Cold front associated with the low mentioned already will make it's way through the lone star state Friday, stalling just to our north across the I-20 corridor. The increase of clouds with the front will be enough to drop highs back in the 60's with the chance for showers, around 20%. Rain chances increase overnight as we make our way into Saturday and the front starts moving a little farther south. Daytime highs near 60 on Saturday, becoming dry by Sunday. Front will pass through then taking temps back to the low 50's and gradually warming up from there, near 52 on Sunday, 54 Monday and 58 Christmas Eve.
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