A warming trend will start today because of dry air in our area, putting our temepratures above average by tomorrow.
For today temperatures will be back in the 60s, but about 2° shy of being at our average 62° temperature. Unlike yesterday winds will be calm throughout our day today and remain that way until tomorrow. Conditions will remain calm until Thursday.
Winds are expected to pick up once again on Thursday coming from the West at 25-30+ mph as our next Pacific storm system makes its way in.
This same storm system will also have some humid air associated with it that will increase rain chances to 20%. Showers are more likley north and west of Deming. These rain chances will reamin in the forecast until Friday morning.
Condtions will dry out Friday night and remain dry going into Sunday, but another storm system will come into the borderland Sunday night.
A bockdoor cold front that will come from our East will drop temepratures from the lower 60s to the upper 50s. This means that as that cold air moves to the West wind speeds will be breezy on Tuesday.
Some humid air will also be associated with this system, but will only increase rain chances to 10% on Monday.