Skies will be mostly sunny and conditions dry.
Highs will be in the 80's Friday.
The record high of 92 degrees could be challenged Thursday.
High in the lower 80's under sunny skies.
Morning lows in the 40's with daytime highs in the 70's.
A cold front passes overnight Sunday, with high temperatures on Monday only reaching the low 70's.
Dry with highs near 70 degrees Saturday with upper 80's Sunday.
High near 90 degrees and wind gusts near 30 mph.
A total lunar eclipse occurs before sunrise on Wednesday, then temperatures warm back near 90 degrees for an afternoon high temperature.
High temperatures in the low 90's early this week, before a gradual cool down mid-week.
A gorgeous stretch of weather remains on track for this weekend, with high temperatures staying in the 80's.
A dry cold front moved across the region on Thursday, which sets up a beautiful end to the week.
Skies will be sunny and surface conditions dry.
A dry, warm, and sunny weather pattern looks to set up shop over West Texas this week.
High temperatures will stay below the average 84 degrees making for a very nice weekend.
Highs in the lower 80's and plenty of sunshine.
As a cold front moves south of Midland, the best chance for rain on Monday will be confined to the Trans-Pecos region.
The National Weather Service extends Flash Flood Watches until Monday at 1pm, as the risk of heavy rain continues overnight and Monday morning.
Flooding rains Saturday and Sunday with highs near 80 degrees.
The remnant low pressure center associated with what was once Hurricane Odile will move across West Texas today, giving us a very good chance for heavy rain once again.
Highs in the 80's with a 50% chance for rain Friday.
We're looking at a 70% chance for rain this afternoon
The National Weather Service in Midland launches weather balloons twice a day, which becomes more important when storms threaten.
Tropical moisture will move in from the southwest and give the basin a good chance for rain.
High temperatures will stay below the 87 degree average through the weekend.
A chance of rain Monday through Wednesday, with the best chance on Tuesday. High temperatures return to the middle 80's.
Flash Flood Watches and Warnings are up across the Permian Basin.
A second strong cold front arrives Friday morning, with rain chances likely by Thursday night, and flash flooding possible in spots.
A strong cold front moves south on Thursday, with rain chances on the rise to end the week, and much cooler temperatures.
A mostly sunny and hot day on Wednesday, before a strong cold front arrives to cool us off, and return rain chances later this week.
A hot and dry weather pattern sets up to start the week, but rain chances won't go too far away.
The rain showers from this weekend will push out of the region, with warm, dry, and mostly sunny weather to start the work week.
A cold front moving into West Texas overnight will bring a 6 in 10 chance for rain, and cool temperatures this weekend with high's only reaching the upper 70's to low 80's.
Moisture from the remnants of Dolly and from Hurricane Norbert will bring an increasing chance for showers and storms on Friday afternoon into the weekend.
Moisture from the remnants of tropical storm Dolly and Hurricane Norbert in the Eastern Pacific will bring increasing rain chances to West Texas this weekend.
Highs n the lower to middle 90's Wednesday.
Highs will be near and above 100 degrees.
A strong ridge of high pressure over central Texas will keep temperatures about 10 degrees above average on Monday, with high's above 100.
Temperatures in the upper 90's for labor day weekend, with sunny and dry conditions in place.
Best chance for rain Friday will be along the eastern edge of the basin.
Highs near 95 degrees Thursday.
Surface conditions dry and skies mostly sunny.
Highs in the upper 90's the next two days.
An upper level ridge of high pressure building into West Texas should keep us dry early this week, before rain chances return toward Thursday.
Temperatures in the upper 90's Saturday and Sunday.
Highs will be in the lower to middle 90's Friday.
The National Weather Service says a microburst may be to blame for the damage.
Highs staying near 95 degrees for the rest of the week.
A trough in eastern New Mexico could help push rain into the basin Wednesday.
Temperatures below average, breezy winds and mostly sunny skies Tuesday.