Hi everyone! Today is another warm day, but don't fret, tomorrow will be much cooler! The tail end of a cold front that is bring severe weather virtually across the entire country, will be moving across our area on Sunday morning. It will drop our temperatures about 10 degrees below the average temperature (89 degrees is the climatological average on May 21).
Winds will pick up too. The timing of this front will move in around 6 AM tomorrow morning, and you'll be able to tell from the noisiness and direction change of the winds. The winds will be out of the east, so as that cold front moves across the Franklins, the winds could be a bit stronger for those who live on western slopes.
After the cool down, we will see an increase in moisture on Monday! Some thunderstorms and rainstorms may pop up in Hudspeth, Culberson, and Otero counties. Rain is not as likely for Dona Ana and El Paso counties. Enjoy!