El Paso saw .05″ of rain Friday afternoon, which came close to the record daily rainfall of .56″ set back in 1961.
Sunday’s overnight moisture, mixed in with the rapid cooling overnight, helped produce this morning’s fog for much of the Borderland area, including us here in El Paso.
We should stay clear and dry for the next few days, before our next storm system arrives.
Expect a cold front to move in Wednesday into Thursday, producing breezy to windy conditions. Temperatures will also drop 10° between Wednesday’s forecast high to Thursday’s forecast high.
There is a hint of some wet weather for next weekend. A storm system will help produce rain chances, mainly Saturday afternoon.
We are still a little far away from this forecast period, so things may change. For now, I will go ahead and introduce slight chances for rain Friday and Saturday.