A Severe T-Storm Warning was posted for El Paso County that expired at 7 PM. That severe storm produced locally heavy rainfall, hail, and gusts in excess of 60 mph. Officially, 0.12 inches fell at the airport with an estimated 1 inch along Montana between Airway and Loop 365. Here’s your forecast…

TONIGHT:  Excessive humidity plus high instability will give the Borderland the chance of potentially strong t-showers late into the night.  In El Paso, the chance of direct storms has diminished, but we could still experience gusty winds. Occasional gusts may be strong and abrupt.  The SE winds will range from 5-15 mph, and the low will be 65.
FORECAST:   Friday will be partly cloudy but will feel much drier by the afternoon.  The SW winds will range from 5-20 mph and push all the late day t-storms east of El Paso County.  Friday’s high:  97.  Saturday will be sunny and warmer with a high of 99.  Sunday will be mostly sunny with a few clouds and a high of 100.  Monday will be sunny and 101.  Tuesday will be sunny, breezy, and 102.  High pressure will reach a maximum on Wednesday raising the high to 105.  On Thursday, expect a high of 102 with scattered late-day t-storms.  Friday will be partly cloudy and 103 with a slight chance of late-day t-storms.