THIS AFTERNOON: It's another mild day with 70s across most of our area, closer to 80 around Gail and Snyder to the southeast. It's a little cooler up in the Panhandle. This will be the last day for a while that it's this warm, though it doesn't get really cold any time soon.
TONIGHT: Clouds increasing, possibly some fog or drizzle in the morning. Low near 46. Wind ENE 5-10mph.
TOMORROW: Partly cloudy and cooler. Provided we do see a little bit of sun, the temperature should reach the 60s. But if it stays cloudy, it'll only reach the 50s. This is somewhat of a tricky forecast, but we're going with the milder solution right now.
SUNDAY: Cooler and mostly cloudy with a chance for light rain. Where it does rain, it'll probably only be about 1/10". High near 53, wind NE 5-15mph.
NEXT WEEK: Slight chance for rain on Monday, high near 60 with a lot of clouds. Then we'll see more sunshine, likely with Thanksgiving being a warmer day with the high in the low 70s and breezy.
While we are seeing storm system move at least close to the region next couple weeks, but they are passing north of us, so we just get the wind instead of soaking rain.
Have a great weekend. Robert will have a complete update to the forecast here Saturday afternoon.