Low clouds increased early this morning and will break apart becoming mostly sunny this afternoon. Highs warming to the upper 80s and lower 90s with a light southerly wind 5-15mph.
Isolated pop-up showers or storms may develop in the Rolling Plains, better coverage expected in New Mexico. This activity to our west may push near the TX/NM border this evening before diminishing. Current radar below:
TONIGHT: Mostly clear sky with temperatures staying mild in the mid 60s.
WEDNESDAY: Models are hinting the possibility for isolated shower and storms developing during the day. Not great chances for rain, but a few locations might pick up some totals. Highs warm to the lower 90s.
EXTENDED: The ridge of high pressure moves over head lowering the chances for precipitation, but bring hotter temperatures with upper 90s and some triple digits into the start of next week. Focus next several days will be south in the Gulf of Mexico with tropical system that looks to impact (for today) Texas and Louisiana. Still a lot of things could change over the next several days with this system, but not expecting rain from it in our area.
Have a great Tuesday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.