A storm system coming from the west will continue to increase rain and thunderstorm chances throughout the day.
A 20% chance of showers will stay in the forecast until tonight in El Paso. We could see some isolated showers and possibly hear some rumbles of thunder. But it won’t be long-lived as we will see those rain chances die down by 2 p.m.
But it looks like parts of Otero and Hudspeth County could see the most thunderstorm potential throughout the day and overnight. Thunderstorms will move to further east after midnight.
Winds will increase throughout the day to become breezy as they come from the ESE at 10-15 mph. We will see 20 mph gusts until 2 p.m. today.
Drier and warmer conditions will come into the forecast this afternoon as our forecast highs are back in the 70s and slightly above average.
A weak cold front will come in tonight but will do little to nothing to our temperatures, as we will see a warming trend that keeps us in the 70s tomorrow.
Breezy conditions will be in the forecast again tomorrow as winds come from the southwest at 25-20 mph and gusts 30 mph.
A warming trend will also continue on throughout the rest of the week into late next week. We are expecting to be back in the 80s by next Wednesday.