El Paso woke up to another below freezing morning, but is expected to see a warmer afternoon.
Highs will warm close to the 70° mark by Saturday, before a cold front moves in on Sunday.
Weather models suggest this cold front won’t deliver air nearly as cold as the last one did, so expect temperatures to drop of 5-10 degrees on Sunday and Monday.
The cold front won’t bring in much humid air, so rain chances are not expected. Winds, however, are expected to strengthen, but thankfully below wind advisory levels.
Then late Tuesday into Wednesday, a Pacific storm system moving in our direction will bring in some rain chances Tuesday night into Wednesday.
Rain chances are not too strong with this system, so expect some isolated chances of rain during this time frame. Thankfully it clears out just in time for Thanksgiving day.
Expect a gusty afternoon Turkey day, with warming highs and dry conditions.