KLST Wed. 08/20/14 Noon Weather

By Jeremy Linder

Published 08/20 2014 12:40PM

Updated 08/20 2014 12:43PM

Rain chances are over, sad to say I know. High pressure building back into the Concho Valley drying out conditions and gradually warming us up. Expect to see mostly sunny skies with highs near the seasonal mark at 94 degrees. The main feature we'll watch for will be very breezy winds picking up later today with sustained speeds between 15 and 20 miles per hour out of the south. Tonight watch for partly cloudy skies with lows dropping down to the low 70's and winds becoming calm, only to increase for tomorrow. Thursday will see the mid 90's and those breezy south winds return. Looking at the extended forecast, not many changes will be needed as that high pressure remains to dominate feature. As it slowly moves a little north, we'll stay relatively steady, escaping the triple digits, as we look to only warm into the upper 90's for the weekend and into the work week and start of school for SAISD.

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