Another morning with low clouds and the possibility of some areas of patchy fog to develop.
TODAY: The low clouds will break up later in the morning, then partly sunny. High near 82, South/southwest wind around 10-15mph. Heavy rain and flooding concerns stay west to the 4-corners region, as Tropical Depression Rosa continues inland. A small chance for some showers may make it to the far eastern New Mexico and push into the western South Plains later today.
TONIGHT: Low will be warmer starting off in the mid to upper 60s. Likely to have low clouds early in the morning again.
WEDNESDAY: Much warmer with the highs in the upper 80s and 90s. Mostly sunny sky with a light southwest/south wind 10-15mph. Because temperatures will be so warm we might have a few isolated showers and storms to develop.
BETTER RAIN CHANCES: A few systems will move into the region, this will help to lift the moist air. The rain will hold off until late Thursday, with a slight chance for storms Friday. Over the weekend a cold front will stall across the area and this will help to keep the chances for showers and storms into possibility next week. Temperatures are cooler in the upper 70s for the weekend too.
Have a great Tuesday! Matt will have the next update to the forecast on the News at Nine.