Drier Air and High Pressure Erases Out Rain Chances and Produces a Hot Labor Day Weekend
Westerly winds and a ridge of high pressure building over the southwest will help dry pout our air mass and heat the late day temperatures up into our Labor Day weekend.
Most of the late day isolated thunderstorms will be confined to the area mountains. Rain chances return the lowlands next Tuesday into Wednesday.
Chuck DeBroder, Chief Meteorologist
KTSM, NewsChannel 9, NBC, El Paso, TX
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