Today, we're still plenty hot across West Texas, but high temps should mostly end up in the upper 90s instead of the triple digits. Most of the area will stay dry except for some of our far western areas, where an isolated shower or storm is possible. 

Heading into the rest of the week, similar conditions are expected  as high temperatures reach the mid to upper 90s under mostly sunny skies. We're tracking very isolated rain chances (about 10%) on these days, but impacts are expected to be pretty low. Rain chances go up just a bit (20%) on Saturday. 

Sunday and Monday, unfortunately it looks like triple digit heat is likely to return, as highs reach 100-105 in the Permian Basin with plenty of sunshine. Then, as a broad area of low pressure develops in the eastern half of the county, it may bring some cooler air into West Texas with highs in the low 90s possible by the end of next week.