TODAY: Partly cloudy sky with a high of 96. Isolated showers and thunderstorms, mainly in the afternoon/evening. Most widespread rain will favor the Big Country with about 40% coverage. About 10-20% coverage in the Concho Valley. Winds south at 10-15 MPH.

TONIGHT:  Partly cloudy skies with a low of 71. Isolated showers and storms with up to about 20% coverage. Winds south at 10-15 MPH.

TOMORROW:  Mix of sun and clouds with a high of 95. Winds south at 10-15 MPH gusting to 25 MPH. About 10% coverage of an isolated shower or storm. 

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Thursday saw a record high temperature in San Angelo. Mathis Field officially hit 102 degrees, which broke the previous record of 100 degrees set back in 1945. Although no triple digit weather is predicted over the next week, we will remain above average by about 5-10 degrees. 

Record High
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

As the Houston area reels from yet another historic flood event, with over 40 inches of rain reported in a few locations, we stay dry as a bone in West Texas. Friday will be yet another day where there is a slight chance for some rainfall, with most areas remaining completely dry. 

Friday Highs
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

Partly cloudy skies in the Concho Valley will allow temperatures to climb to the middle 90s. The Big Country will remain mostly cloudy throughout the day with showers and storms possible in the afternoon and evening hours. Coverage of these showers and storms will be about 40% in the Big Country, and maybe 10-20% in the Concho Valley. 

Future radar
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

This weekend will also yield very slight rain chances, with the humidity values remaining quite high. However, most of the area will remain dry with partly cloudy conditions expected. Expect gusty south winds for Saturday, with gusts in excess of 25 MPH possible. 

Weekend forecast
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

RELATED: Extreme Flooding hits parts of the Houston metro area

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Have a great weekend!