A Pacific storm system will continue to make its way into our area today.
This storm system will create scattered showers throughout the borderland on Wednesday. Timing for these showers are looking to be the strongest between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. But we will see the showers start back up throughout the overnight hours as well.
A backdoor cold front came in overnight from the East, cooling temperatures down to the lower 50’s. This also means winds wil be breezy coming from the East at 10-15 mph.
Cloud coverage will be apparent for the rest of our week because of this storm system. Temperatures will gradually warm up into normal ranges by Saturday.
Another Pacific storm system will come in Saturday night. This will keep rain chances increased until Monday. More cold air will come in from the East on Saturday afternoon as well, meaning temperatures will drop about 5° on Sunday.
The third system will arrive on Monday, meaning we will continue to see showers in the forecast until Tuesday.
Conditions finally start to dry up on Wednesday, but cloud coverage will still be apparent.