El Paso, Texas-- Warm, dry, and breezy conditions will continue across the Borderland on Monday before winds become lighter on Tuesday.
It will be short-lived as a backdoor cold front will push through Tuesday night into Wednesday creating gusty easterly winds. This will usher in increased moisture that will linger through the rest of the work week.
A few showers will be possible along far eastern areas behind the front on Wednesday, with temperatures
cooling east of the Rio Grande.
An isolated storm will be possible over the higher terrain Thursday afternoon, but the best chance for storms will be
on Friday as the southerly tap of moisture makes it into our area.
Dry and breezy conditions then return for the start of the new week. Temperatures will remain in the upper 80s to lower 90s most days.
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