Temperatures will be warmer tomorrow but the wind will make things a bit breezy for your Saturday.
Enjoy the sunshine again today and lighter winds as highs climb into the low 70s across the Big Country. Much warmer weather returns for Easter weekend.
Friday will be sunny and mild with ighs 70-72 degrees. Northerly winds will be 10-15 G20mph.
There is a a chance for isolated showers before noon today. Skies clear this afternoon as strong, northerly winds develop with much cooler weather versus yesterday.
Thursday will be cooler, with highs in the lower 70's. Northerly winds 20-25mph G35mph.
Windy and warm today as a dry line mixes east across the Big Country this afternoon. Isolated strong to severe storms will be possible east of Highway 283 late today.
We've got several things lining up that could bring parts of the Big Country some storms by the afternoon/evening hours.
Winds will continue to stay strong today with more cloud cover than yesterday keeping afternoon highs slightly cooler. Still watching the potential for strong storms east Wednesday afternoon.
Tuesday will be partly sunny and windy with Southerly 2inds 15-20 G30mph.
Meteorologist Dylan Smith