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Last Map Update: Fri, Sep. 22, 2017 at 6:39:25 am CDT

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This first day of fall will bring a slight drop in temperatures, though it will still remain well above average. Scattered thunderstorms will develop near the TX/NM line this afternoon and evening, where a few could become strong and drop locally heavy rain. Further east it will remain dry.
Shower and thunderstorm chances will be on the increase through this weekend into early next week as a slow moving storm system approaches from the west. The best storm chances will favor locations near the TX/NM line this afternoon in Saturday, but will expand eastward late weekend into early next week. This pattern will support areas of heavy rain with several inches possible in spots. As the clouds and rain chances increase temperatures will fall with highs only in the 70s (and some 60s possible) by early next week.