This quiet summertime pattern isn't going to change much any time soon. There's a big ridge of high pressure aloft parked over the Four Corners. It's helping develop storms each afternoon over the mountains. For us, it's sunny but not terribly hot.
TONIGHT: Low in the mid 60s, mostly clear.
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny, high 92. Wind S/SE 10-16mph. Some storms in New Mexico might make it to the far western South Plains tomorrow night, just a low chance for this part of our area.
NEXT FEW DAYS: The weekend will bring highs in the low to mid 90s. There's a slight chance for storms across the area Sunday night into Monday. Longer-range guidance is showing it heat up more late next week, possibly to 100. Overall, expect lots of sun and not much rain next 10 days.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast tomorrow morning right here.