From Storm Search 7 Meteorologist Alyssa Pawlak-
TODAY - Scat'd AM Showers w/ Clearing Skies this Afternoon
Wind: N 15-25 mph and gusty AM/ NW 10-20 mph PM
TONIGHT- Pt. Cloudy & Cold
Wind: NW 10-20 mph AM/ S 10-20 mph PM
THURSDAY - Pt. Cloudy, Warm & V. Windy!
Wind: S 10-20 mph AM / W 25-35 mph and gusty PM
THURSDAY NIGHT- Pt. Cloudy & Cold w/ Less Wind
Wind: NW 10-20 mph PM/ N 5-15 mph AM
EXTENDED FORECAST - A cold, cloudy & blustery morning has set up as a low pressure system tracks directly over the Panhandles. We're waking up to scattered rain showers across the area and even some light snow in northeastern New Mexico. Skies will be clearing quick this afternoon with high pressure moving in. Despite the brighter skies, though, the cold temps will be here to stay with highs only rising into the low 60s. We'll turn much warmer and much windier tomorrow ahead of another storm system which will be impacting us for the weekend. We'll start out with isolated thunderstorms Friday evening, with rain becoming more widespread overnight Friday into Saturday. The start of the weekend will be chilly and rainy with scattered showers and highs in the low 50s. That rain will transition to light snow Saturday night into Sunday as we pull in colder air, allowing temperatures to fall below freezing. Any snow that does stick (on cars, rooftops, etc) will melt in the afternoon with highs warming into the upper 50s. Our warming trend will get kicked into high gear early next week with temps rising into the 70s on Monday and the low 80s on Tuesday.
Today's Record Temperatures