ABILENE, Texas - We are tracking a weak upper level disturbance moving southeast through our region this afternoon. It is helping to trigger isolated thunderstorms mainly to our east.
Our area will likely remain dry for the rest of Monday and Monday night. Low temperatures should be in the middle 70s Tuesday morning. Tuesday is forecast to be partly cloudy and very warm again with high temperatures back into the middle 90.
We are tracking a cold front that is expected to near the red river area early Wednesday. This cold front could send showers and thunderstorms into our northern areas during the day Wednesday. The best chances for rain look to be north of I-20.
Otherwise, look for partly cloudy skies Wednesday with high temperatures in the middle 90s. The cold front is forecast to move back north Wednesday afternoon and take away the rain chances for Wednesday night.
Dry weather is likely for Thursday through Sunday with mostly fair skies. High temperatures should be in the middle to upper 90s and low temperatures should be in the low to middle 70s for Thursday through Sunday.
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