Have you seen the giant door downtown right next to the Hotel Paso del Norte? (Pic below.) I love it because it is always open. It’s just like the weather: what you see through the door is always changing. We are in for some noticeable changes starting Monday with a cold front. On Tuesday and Wednesday, significant increases in moisture could fuel some showers, even area t-storms. Here’s your forecast…

TONIGHT:  The skies will be clear, and the winds will be light to calm, out of the west-NW at 5-10 mph.  The low will be 49.

FORECAST:  A “cool front” blows in from the east on Monday, dropping the high to 74.  The west side will feel the stronger gusts because the winds will be east at 10-30 mph.  On Tuesday, you’ll feel additional humidity in the air as soon as you step outside.  Tuesday will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy and 80 with light winds.  We have a slight chance of a few isolated showers on Tuesday.  Wednesday will be partly cloudy and breezy with a slight chance of area t-storms, especially east of El Paso.  If nothing else, we may see some distant lightning to the east.  Wednesday’s high: 89.  Thursday will be sunny and 90 with moderate, dry winds.  Friday will be sunny and windy with a high of 89.  Saturday will be sunny and breezy with a high of 84.  Sunday will be mostly sunny, breezy, and 86.  Monday will take us back to the 90s as high-pressure builds up.