Temperatures will fall and rain will turn to snow through the day
We could reach the 70's this afternoon with rain tonight, but snow is possible tomorrow with temperatures falling from 50 through the day
Possible afternoon and evening thundershowers Tuesday.
Temperatures will go from the 40's to the 70's and back to the 30's this week
Warming to near 50 degrees Saturday afternoon.
Highs in the 20's Friday.
Highs near 40 degrees with windy conditions.
Skies sunny and winds gusty late.
High temperatures in the upper 40's for your Tuesday.
Highs will be in the upper 70's and lower 80's Tuesday.
High in the lower 70's Friday under sunny skies.
Sun should return Thursday afternoon, and stay with us through the weekend as temperatures warm up to near 80 on Saturday.
Highs in the upper 60's to near 70 degrees Wednesday.
Highs int he lower to middle 60's under mostly sunny skies.
High temperatures Monday afternoon will only reach near 50, but we warm up near 70 by Wednesday.
High temperatures near 50 degrees Saturday and Sunday.
High temperatures in the upper 40's wit cloudy skies.
Highs near 80 degrees Wednesday.
A nice stretch of weather for most of the work week, as temperatures rise near 70 Monday afternoon.
A nice weekend on the way for the Permian Basin with temperatures warming into the 60's.
Highs in the upper 60's to near 70 degrees.
Temperatures approach 70 degrees Monday afternoon under a bright blue sky.
Above average temperatures for this time of the year will continue Monday, as afternoon high's reach the upper 60's and low 70's.
High in the lower to middle 60's Saturday and Sunday.
Highs in the lower to middle 50's Thursday.
Mostly cloudy with highs in the upper 30's to near 40 degrees.
There's a slight chance for a light wintry mix Monday night into Tuesday morning, with sleet, snow and freezing rain possible.
A cold front passes early Monday, ushering in much colder temperatures and more wintry weather.
Highs in the 40's Thursday.
High near freezing for most of the basin.
Temperatures stay seasonable for one more day on Tuesday, before another arctic blast arrives on Wednesday.
Temperatures overnight Sunday will fall below 20 degrees for many places with some patchy fog.
All wintry precipitation is done falling from the sky, and we will clear out on Saturday.
Latest forecast information looks worse for overnight Thursday into Friday morning, as another significant ice storm moves in.
Winter Storm Warnings have been extended for counties along and south of Interstate 20 until noon tomorrow.
Freezing rain will continue overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, creating very hazardous travel conditions on roadways.
Highs in the upper 20's to near 30 degrees.
Temperatures approach 60 on Monday, then much colder starting Tuesday with a risk for freezing rain or sleet.
Highs in the lower 40's Saturday and lower 50's Sunday.
One final day with temperatures above 60 degrees, then a big cool down arrives on Saturday with a mix of rain and snow possible too
Highs in the lower to middle 60's.
A chilly northwesterly wind Wednesday will keep temperatures chilly, but winds become southwesterly Thursday, warming temperatures up for Christmas day.
Morning lows in the 20's and daytime highs near 50 degrees Wednesday.
Temperatures cool off considerably today, but warm air returns by Christmas.
Highs near 45 degrees Tuesday.
Highs in the lower 50's Friday.
Possible rain Thursday night and Friday morning.
Highs in the lower 60's under partly sunny skies.
Skies clear with temperatures in the 50's.
Temperatures just a few degrees cooler on Monday, with winds not as strong as today.