El Paso, TX (KTSM) — Dry air and high-pressure continues to allow warmer conditions with highs reaching the upper 60s and lower 70s throughout the area. This comes before the Borderland expects to see possible snow over the weekend.
Breezy conditions are in the forecast for the rest of the week with wind speeds are increasing to 10-20 mph.
Temperatures will drop into the 60s by Saturday as the northern system continues to push in the direction of the Borderland.
The arrival of the system will increase windspeeds Saturday night and bring chances for mixed precipitation.
Sunday will be the most active day of weather with precipitation chances increasing to 40 percent lasting into the morning of Monday.
Temperatures will see a big drop Saturday into Sunday with highs seeing a change from reaching the 60s decreasing to the 40s. This will be nearly a 20 degree temperature drop.
Sunday night there will be strong possibilities for ice on roadways as over night lows will be in the 20s.
This will cause slick driving conditions for early Monday morning.
Warm and dry conditions will return on Tuesday of next week.