ABILENE, Texas - We'll see humid afternoons and on again, off again rain chances for the week ahead.
Temperatures overnight will cool to the low 70s with mostly clear skies. There is a slight chance for isolated storms around the Concho Valley but any activity will wind down by midnight.
Southeast winds will keep things muggy through the start of the work week.
Highs Monday will top out around 93 degrees. While storms are expected to develop along the dryline to our west, we'll keep our forecast dry for now.
Highs Tuesday will top out in the low 90s after a morning low around 73.
There will be a slight chance for scattered showers Tuesday afternoon. The rain chances will continue into the evening.
Wednesday, we're tracking the remnants of Tropical Storm Christina will move towards West Texas. As this happens, our rain chances look a little better, especially in the afternoon.
Highs will continue to top out in the low 90s, close to average for this time of year.
A stray shower or storm is possible Thursday afternoon and evening as well. Temperatures will warm to the low 90s.
Friday looks drier with afternoon temps in the low 90s.
Into the weekend we'll see highs in the low to mid 90s with mostly sunny skies.
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