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      From Storm Search 7 Meteorologist Alyssa Pawlak -

      TONIGHT - M. Clear, Warm, & Muggy w/ Iso. T-Storms NW TX / W OK Panhandles & NE NM

      Low: 70

      Wind: S 10-20 mph

      SUNDAY - M. Sunny AM / Pt. Cloudy PM w/ Isolated PM T-Storms

      High: 98

      Wind: S 10-20 mph AM / SE 10-20 mph PM

      SUNDAY NIGHT- Pt. Cloudy & Mild w/ Iso. T-Storms

      Low: 70

      Wind: SE 10-20 mph PM/ Lt. & Var. AM

      MONDAY- Pt. Cloudy & V. Warm w/ Iso. PM T-Storms

      High: 95

      Wind: Lt. & Var. AM/ SE 5-15 mph PM

      EXTENDED FORECAST - The hot and dry pattern we've been in for over a week now is coming to an end as that powerful ridge of high pressure begins to weaken and push to the south. This will not only help to cool our temperatures off a little bit, but it will also allow for rain chances to re-enter the picture. We could have some storms around as early as today, but these storms will be concentrated across the northwestern corner of the area only. While most of our storm chances will be isolated and very hit and miss, all of us will have a chance to see some rain starting on Sunday evening. The most widespread rain will fall Wednesday night into Thursday as a boundary passes through. The moisture and increase in clouds will keep our high temperatures in the low to middle 90s throughout the week. Lows will still tumble to near 70 degrees each morning.

      For more weather information, you can follow me on Twitter at @AlyssaPawlak7 and on Facebook at Storm Search 7 Meteorologist Alyssa Pawlak.

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      Today's Record Temperatures

      Record High102
      Record Low57