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Last Map Update: Wed, Jun. 28, 2017 at 1:00:13 pm MDT

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National Weather Service Midland/Odessa

With lesser moisture in place, showers and thunderstorm activity will be significantly reduced this evening...and likely absent overnight as most of the activity subsides around midnight. Otherwise a seaonsal night with clearing skies and slackening winds.
Westerly winds return to the Borderland Wednesday, and those winds will push Gulf moisture out, and bring drier desert air back over the region. With that drier air we will see more sun and warmer temperatures. A surface trough to our east will increase our winds and a lot of areas will see some breezy conditions in the afternoon hours. Only the Sacramento mountains appear to have enough lingering moisture in place for a slight risk of storms Wednesday; the rest of the region should be rain and storm free.

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