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Cooler Conditions Right Around The Corner 8-20-13

Lower 90's are in the forecast through the weekend
Another hot one today with temperatures in the mid to upper 90's across the area.

Slim rain chances (10-20%) exist in the Davis Mountains later on this evening.

For tomorrow, this is where things start to look a bit different.

High temperatures will top out in the lower 90's in most places.

We expect those temperatures to stay pretty consistent (91-92) through the weekend and into next week.

Here's the tricky part...

We're watching a trough moving west out of the Gulf of Mexico and the northern edge of the trough looks like it may come across the Big Bend and Trans-Pecos.

This should bring some rain to the Trans-Pecos and an isolated storm or two to the Permian Basin.

Chances are slim that any of the activity crosses the Pecos River (10%) but we'll have to wait and see.

Another thing we're watching is a tropical storm that is moving up the coast of Mexico...

Some models show this storm impacting West Texas, while others take it up through Arizona.

It's still unclear how strong this storm will get, and that will influence how much rain it produces.

With everything still in the air, we're going to wait on determining if we should put rain chances in the forecast until models agree a little more on the path of the storm.
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