We are tracking another cold front that is moving through the Big Country Wednesday evening. No precipitation is expected, but we should have some clouds developing before sunrise. Lows should drop back down to around 30 Thursday morning.
Partly cloudy skies and warming temperatures are forecast for Thursday with highs in the lower 50s.
Cloudy skies and showers are expected to move back in Thursday night. Low temperatures should only fall to around 50 Friday morning.
Showers and possible thunderstorms should be found mainly for Friday morning as an upper level disturbance and pacific cold front move through. Rain should move east of our region Friday afternoon. Look for temperatures around 60 Friday afternoon.
Fair skies should continue Friday night with a light freeze for Saturday morning.
Enjoy sunny skies Saturday with highs around 60.
It should be windy and warmer Sunday with highs in the lower 70s. Watch out for southwest winds at 20 to 30 mph that will increase our wildfire danger.
Mostly fair skies should stay with us through Wednesday. Afternoon highs should be in the 60s Monday through Wednesday.