FRIDAY: Thanks to Thursday’s cold front… our morning temperatures are down anywhere from 10°-35° from yesterday, leaving most of us walking out to teens, 20s and 30s. Nothing but sunshine will fill in over the state today with light northerly winds turning more easterly by late day (5-15mph). No significant wind or rain chances in today’s forecast.
SATURDAY: Another morning of temperatures at or below freezing for many… so if you’re headed out early, bundle up! High pressure nudging in over the state will keep us quiet across the region. Sunshine will help warm temperatures to near average – expect highs to top out in the mid-50s across the Rio Grande Valley.
SUNDAY: Temperatures will continue to warm statewide with widespread 40s, 50s and 60s in the afternoon. An incoming storm will push in a little more cloud cover to close out the weekend – expect a mix of sun and clouds blanketing the state.
MONDAY: Our next weather-maker looks to arrive late Monday, bringing with it a chance of low elevation rain, high mountain snow and slightly cooler temperatures. The Four Corners region looks to feel the biggest impact out of this storm with a lesser effect over the Southeast Plains.
Keep it on KRQE for updates.