We're seeing quiet and cool conditions tonight, and that will continue as we head into the overnight hours. Temperatures will continue to fall into the mid to upper 20s by early Monday morning. There is a chance of freezing fog, mainly in our northern counties and southeast New Mexico. Be careful driving and watch for patchy black ice if you do notice fog occurring. We'll warm up nicely on Monday into the mid to upper 50s under sunny skies.
We'll see more clouds into the area on Tuesday, but high temperatures will be near average, in the upper 50s and low 60s. The warmest day of the week appears to be Wednesday, as highs climb into the middle 60s.
We’re watching a low pressure system that will make its way through the Panhandle and North Texas Thursday morning. Most of West Texas will remain dry as it does so, but there is a slight rain chance in our northern counties. The main threat will be very strong winds sustained around 30 mph that will likely kick up plenty of dust and reduce visibility. Continued quiet conditions into the weekend with highs in the 50s and 60s.