El Paso topped out in the mid 40s Monday afternoon, marking the second day where afternoon highs stayed more than 10 degrees below average.
A high pressure system has taken over, which is expected to create a slow warming trend.
Afternoon highs are expected to warm to seasonal Wednesday and to the mid 60s Thursday, before nearing the upper 60s this weekend.
Our next significant cold front is expected next Tuesday, when we expect to see strong winds and cooler weather.
Stay weather aware with KTSM 9 News on air and online.
- City of El Paso seeks federal assistance as it prepares for possible ‘migrant surge’ amid pandemic
- Bills one win away from Super Bowl as ‘Pancho Power’ lives on
- El Paso immigration advocates say complications remain for migrants waiting in Juarez despite end to ‘Remain in Mexico’
- UTEP to host LA Tech, looking to snap three-game losing streak
- Flu rate drops dramatically due to COVID-19 precautions