El Paso, TX (KTSM) — Below average temperatures are in the forecast Monday as a cold-front will keep the Borderland from warming into the 60s. Temperature highs will stay in the lower 50s.
Windy conditions are in the forecast for Monday while it accompanies the cold-front. Wind speeds can be expected to reach 10-20 mph Monday morning through the afternoon.
The cool down will not last long as temperature highs will jump back up into the 60s by Tuesday and the 70s come Wednesday.
Conditions will remain above normal for the rest of the week with a pacific system moving in our direction come Thursday giving us the slight possibility of seeing rain chances.
The second system will provide us with a weak temperature drop, and increased windspeeds.
Sunday a warming trend will begin again with highs jumping into the upper 70s and the possibility of reaching the 80s for the start of next week.