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Monday, November 24, 2014 - 2:16pm


Cold fronts to keep the borderland cool through Tuesday.

Monday, November 24, 2014 - 10:12am

A cold front moved in late Sunday night producing cold weather across the borderland. El Paso woke up with partly cloudy skies which served as insulators keeping us from falling to freezing temperatures.

Those clouds will clear up late Monday morning, which will allow us to feel those cooler temps. Light winds all day Monday,  but later in the evening, those winds will once again kick up to 20-30mph as a second cold front moves in.

Winds will clear up by late Tuesday morning, allowing for a beautiful day on Tuesday.

A high pressure will settle over our region just in time for Thanksgiving. This means happy weather will dominate the borderland through the weekend.

Clear skies, light winds and warm temperatures will all be part of the forecast starting Wednesday through Sunday.

By Thursday, expect a high in the mid 60's, with light winds coming in, which will make for a perfect thanksgiving holiday.

For the Thanksgiving Parade, it looks like your temperatures will be running in the mid 50's, so a light jacket or sweater will do just nicely if you are heading out to the Sun Bowl Thanksgiving Parade on Nov. 27 at 10:00a.m.

For the weekend, as of today, (keep in mind we are about 6 days out in our forecasting period, so things can change) it's looking like we might hit the 70° mark! Looking pretty warm this weekend.

-Forecaster Monica Cortez

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