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Last Map Update: Fri, Jan. 19, 2018 at 10:56:27 pm CST

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Although low temperatures Saturday morning will be a few degrees above normal in most locations, it will still be chilly. However, temperatures will warm to 10-15 degrees above normal Saturday afternoon.
A High Wind Watch is in effect for much of the forecast area Sunday. Strong westerly winds will likely be accompanied by blowing dust.
Strong westerly winds will affect the forecast area Sunday. The strong winds, and dry conditions and fuels, will result in high fire danger areawide. This will be particularly true over the Permian Basin where relative humidity will drop to around 15% Sunday afternoon.
Sunday afternoon will be cooler areawide. Despite the cooler temperatures, strong westerly winds which will bring the cooler air will combine with ambient dry conditions to increase fire concerns.

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