We're nice and mild on this Saturday evening with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies across West Texas.
TONIGHT: Low 47 with mostly cloudy skies and light winds from 2-8 out of the SE then SSW.
TOMORROW: For your Sunday, it will be mostly cloudy early in the morning before becoming partly cloudy then mostly sunny in the afternoon hours. Tomorrow's high is 72 with SSW winds from 5-15. Our winds will peak in the afternoon hours.
WORK WEEK: Monday we will see one more warm day with mostly sunny skies, a high of 71 and breezy winds shifting out of the NW in the p.m. hours from 10-18mph. A strong front will move through, putting our low Tuesday morning down to around 33 with a high of only 44 that afternoon! Wind chills will easily be in the low to mid 20s Tuesday morning. We'll have several mornings of freezing temperatures from Tuesday through Saturday. Wednesday we look to be in the lower 50s for highs with mostly sunny skies.. Thurs-Sat we will see plenty of sunshine and highs in the 50s.
The mountainous areas of New Mexico and our far northern panhandle could see some snow showers with the cold snap this week. Follow along with where the precipitation is at with these links:
FOX34 VIPIR: http://www.fox34.com/category/304217/radar-live-stream
INTERACTIVE RADAR: http://www.fox34.com/category/304218/interactive-radar