Scattered showers and storms slowly moving providing some areas of good rainfall. Current radar below:
TODAY: This activity will continue through the rest of the morning, then diminishing through this afternoon. There might still be a few isolated storms around the area, but things are trending to become drier. The mostly cloudy sky will likely start breaking apart some through the afternoon. Temperatures will stay cool with highs in the 80s area wide with a light southeasterly wind.
TONIGHT: A couple models are hinting some showers and storms pushing out of New Mexico and possibly into our area. Other models are diminishing this activity before making into our area. Either way cloud cover will likely increase with the low near 68.
ENDING THE WEEK: Drier with more sunshine and highs warming to the mid and upper 90s. The ridge of high pressure will strengthen and take hold over the southwestern U.S.
EXTENDED: Over the weekend a front moves into the region, but will likely stall north of our area. More clouds with a slight chance for some more storms in the area. The ridge will be a big factor if we actually receive rain or not in our area. Temperatures will stay around the average for this time of year in the upper 80s and low 90s.
Have a great Wednesday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.