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Low chance for storms late Friday, lots of hot days ahead

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HOT PATTERN: It's climbed to the mid to upper 90s across our area with a few 100-degree readings farther east off of the Caprock.

TONIGHT: Clear sky, low near 71. Wind S/SW 10-15mph.

TOMORROW: Hot again, high near 97. Wind S/SW 10-15mph. We'll see a few clouds go up late afternoon. And there might be a few storms in the area. Models have shown a better sign than the past few days. But it's still not much. Just a 10% chance that you'll get some rain late Friday afternoon or evening.

WEEKEND: Lots of sun both days, high in the mid 90s.

NEXT WEEK: There isn't a major change in the pattern. High pressure aloft will cover much of the southern United States, leading to afternoons in the 90s with only a low chance for a storm late Tuesday and late Wednesday.

7-day forecast

Have a great rest of your day. Robert will be in for Bobby tomorrow morning.
-Matt

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