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FORECAST: Another beautiful day across West Texas to end the week

Comfortable conditions continue for Friday. Eyes turn to Tropical Depression 22 in the Gulf, with threats to south Texas by early next week.

***NO CURRENT ALERTS IN EFFECT***

TODAY:   Partly cloudy skies with a very slight chance of an isolated shower. About 10% coverage. Highs in the middle 80s. Winds northeast at 5-10 MPH.

TONIGHT:   Partly cloudy skies with lows near 60. Winds northeast at 5-10 MPH. 

TOMORROW:   Mainly sunny skies with highs in the middle 80s. Northeast winds 5-10 MPH.

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WEATHER SUMMARY: 

Great conditions continue across West Texas with mainly sunny skies and comfortable temperatures Friday. A very isolated passing shower is possible in the afternoon, but 90% of the area will remain completely dry. 

Credit: Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

Great weather for Friday night football across the area. 

Credit: Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

Eyes turn to Tropical Depression 22 in the Gulf, set to become Tropical Storm Wilfred by Friday afternoon. Models disagree with the exact track of this system, but anyone along the Texas coast must be on alert. There is a chance some moisture from this system reaches West Texas early next week. Best rain chances, however, will stay southeast of our local area. 

Credit: Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

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Have a great weekend!