Good evening everyone. Tomorrow, we are tracking starting temperatures to be in the mid-70s and warm into the upper-90s by that afternoon. Similar to the past few days, I'll continue tracking hot temperatures, lots of sunshine, and breezy winds with gust up to 25 MPH this afternoon. So watch out for blowing dust on the roads, and make sure you are drinking lots of fluids, taking breaks in the shade, wearing sunscreen outdoors today!
Any rain chances we see today should mostly stay in SE New Mexico and western mountains through sunset. Then, there will be another slight chance we could see a few storms push east into the northern to northwestern Permian Basin around sunset/early evening tomorrow night. Monday, I'm tracking morning temperatures to be in the mid-70s and warm up into the upper-90s by that afternoon with mostly sunny skies.
I'll continue tracking more scattered showers/thunderstorms chances in our mountainous west that afternoon, but we also could see a few scattered storms in the western basin after nightfall.
This will be the best chance for us to see rain in the Midland-Odessa area over the next week. Then temperatures should jump back up into the triple-digits until next weekend.