El Paso, TX (KTSM) — High-pressure will continue to build in the region and move into the northeast into Tuesday afternoon. This will allow for a strong warming trend into the middle of the week.
Temperatures should reach the 70s come Tuesday afternoon and will increase to highs 10 degrees above normal by Wednesday.
Winds will remain calm for much the day with speeds staying at 5-10 mph across the region.
Breezier conditions will begin to move into the Borderland area Wednesday as a back door cold front will approach into the later week.
Temperatures will drop into Thursday with highs staying in the upper 60s. The “cool” down will be short lived as highs will return to the 70s by Friday lasting into the weekend.
Our next system will provide a much more significant cool down on Monday with highs dropping nearly 10 degrees from one day to the next.
No chances for rain are in the forecast for the next 9 days at the moment.