The sunshine returns to the Borderland at least for one day. The warm temperatures will continue to be the story with our highs topping off in the mid and upper 70s. On St. Patrick's Day Tuesday the clouds return with slight chances of some afternoon showers. Those would be fairly light and short-lived.
Rain chances really ramp up on Wednesday as the next system moves in from the west. Right now rain totals are still on the light side between a 10th of an inch and a quarter-inch of rain. Some spots could see more with storm chances hanging around through Thursday morning.
After that things quiet down once again with most of the clouds moving out by mid-day Thursday. Temperatures will be much cooler with highs in the low to mid-60s through Saturday. The sunshine hangs around for Friday.