High at or above 100 degrees.
Cooler behind the cold front starting Thursday.
Highs near 100 degrees Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Sunny, hot and dry Thursday.
High near 100 degrees for the next 5 days.
High pressure will be our hot weather maker this week.
Triple digits stay with us all the way through next weekend
A strong ridge of high pressure will keep temperatures in the upper 90's to near 100.
High temperatures will be near or above 100 degrees Saturday through Monday.
An El Nino weather pattern expected to form later this year may bring drought relief to West Texas.
Upper low moves to the east and high pressure replaces it from the west bringing warmer weather to the basin.
A cold front will move in from the north and increase our chances for rain Thursday.
Cold front could bring much needed rain to the basin.
High temperatures on Monday approach 100, then a cold front slowly tracks into Texas mid-week bringing some much needed rainfall.
Temperatures back into the 90's Saturday and Sunday.
Cooler than average Friday but above average Sunday.
Highs in the lower to middle 90's.
Temperatures near the average and skies sunny.
Mostly sunny, dry and warm all week, with high temperatures in the middle 90's.
Temperatures will be near the average of 95 degrees this weekend.
The 4th of July weather looks great for fireworks.
A 3 in 10 chance for showers and thunderstorms Tuesday night into Wednesday.
A 3 in 10 chance for showers and thunderstorms starting late Tuesday afternoon into Tuesday night for the Permian Basin.
A chance for showers and thunderstorms exists Monday and Tuesday, especially after 5 pm.
A woman's house is struck by lightning in Odessa, leaving a hole in her roof and chimney.
A risk for showers and thunderstorms each afternoon Monday through Thursday, with high temperatures remaining in the 90's.
Strong to Severe Thunderstorms will pop up across the Permian Basin this afternoon, mostly after 3pm.
A bit cooler this weekend in the 90's for high temperatures, along with a risk for thunderstorms, especially on Sunday.
High temperatures will approach 100 again on Monday.
The day after the storm the National Weather Service sends out a team of meteorologist to evaluate the damage.
The severe weather threat is over, and sun returns for the rest of the work week.
A few severe thunderstorms are possible once again on Memorial Day.
Severe thunderstorms will threaten Friday night through Sunday.
Showers and Thunderstorms will be scattered throughout the region Thursday night through Memorial Day.
Near 100 degree daytime highs possible Tuesday.
Temperatures will be hot on Monday and Tuesday before rain chances return late week.
One more day of high temperatures in the 80's on Monday before a cool down into the low 60's for high on Tuesday.
Temperatures in the upper 90's to near 100 degrees this weekend.
Drier air moves in Friday and for the weekend.
Upper 80's for daytime highs Thursday.
Temperatures approach 100 for Monday with a sunny sky persisting most of the week.
It will remain windy on Monday, but not as strong as Sunday.
Rain Chances sit at 30% for tomorrow and 20% on Sunday
70's and 80's across the area today and tomorrow
70's and 80's will be in the forecast through Sunday
With winter weather is forcing some delays and closures for Friday.
50 mph gusts were reported this morning, with temperatures in the 30's this afternoon
Temperatures will be in the 60's and 70's today, but much cooler tomorrow
Temperatures will reach the upper 60's again with plenty of sunshine
Comfortable temperatures and blue skies dominate through Thursday