Warm weather and sunny skies will stay in the forecast for Mother's Day.
We're tracking an upper level low sitting over Mexico that will move towards the Big Country, bringing rain chances back.
Until then, we've got plenty of nice weather. Sunny skies will end the weekend with highs warming into the low 80s. We'll see southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph. At night, we'll cool to around 60 degrees.
Monday afternoon, the beautiful weather continues with highs warming into the mid to upper 80s. We'll cool to around 60, once again, overnight.
Tuesday, that upper level low will be working its way into the state. Rain chances increase in the afternoon but before they get here, we'll see mostly cloudy skies. Look for highs a few degrees cooler, in the low 80s. As the disturbance moves into the Big Country we're tracking the chance for scattered showers and storms. The rain chances continue into the evening with temps falling into the mid 60s.
Wednesday, the disturbance will begin moving off to the east. We're tracking the chances for more scattered showers, especially in the afternoon. Highs are warming into the upper 80s and low 90s.
Thursday morning starts out in the upper 60s. We're tracking a disturbance that will move through in the wake of the previous storm system. The best rain chances look to stay near the Panhandle but we're tracking the chance for showers north of I-20. Highs top out in the mid 80s.
To end the work week and start the weekend we'll see sunny skies with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s.