Severe weather threat

Severe weather threat

Partly cloudy and breezy this afternoon with highs in the 90's. Evening temperatures will stay in the upper 80's with strong south winds at 30 mph. The possibility of severe weather will also remain in the forecast this evening and carry into the overnight hours. The best chance of rain will be south of I-20 and along the Eastern side of the viewing area. Severe weather threats will bring the chance of hail, heavy rain, strong winds and frequent lightning. 
The majority of West Texas will see clouds building with no rain. We will keep partly cloudy skies with strong winds tonight. Overnight lows will be in the 60's with the severe weather threat diminishing once the sun goes down. 
Partly cloudy and breezy start to the day tomorrow morning. Morning temperatures will be in the 60's with strong south winds at 30 mph.
Highs will return back to the 90's with lots of sunshine. Scattered showers with isolated thunderstorms tomorrow evening.

Saturday: Mostly sunny and windy. Storms return late. High, 92. Winds: South, 30 mph.

Saturday Night: Partly Cloudy and Mild with Rain possible. Low, 66. Winds: South, 30 mph.

Sunday: Partly Cloudy with Isolated Rain Showers late. High, 92. Winds: South, 30+ mph.