Wednesday Weather On The Go: Warming trend starts today, rain chances tomorrow night

El Paso News
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A warming trend will kick off on Wednesday and keep us in the 60s for the next 9 days.

As cold air moves out of our area and dry air moves in, we will see warmer temperatures. Temperatures are expected to be above average by Thursday and in the mid 60s.

For today winds will come from the Northeast at 5-10 mph, shifting to the West in the afternoon. Winds will stay calm throughout the rest of the week but that will change on Sunday and Monday as winds will increase and become gusty.

We will continue to see increased cloud coverage throughout most of the next 9 days.We will even see rain chances come into the forecast Thursday night into Friday.

A 10% chance of showers will be in the forecast on Thursday and Friday. Rain chances dissipate on Saturday but increase once again on Sunday and Monday.

A 20% chance of showers will be in the forecast on Sunday and Monday.

All rain chances will dissipate once again on Tuesday as conditions start to clear up.

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