Jun 6, 2013 9:44 AM by Stephen Bowers
Cool temperatures, low clouds and dense fog started our Thursday. The gentle breeze from the east early will blow more from the southeast later today and will help to give a nice boost to our temperatures. Most of us will warm into the 70's this afternoon, while some low 80's are possible in the Southeastern Plains. A wind from the southeast had an upslope component, so a few showers are possible from mid-to-late afternoon to early evening. The showers will not be widespread, and many areas, especially east of I-25, will likely stay dry, but don't be surprised if you get a quick dousing of rain.
A disturbance rolling off the Pacific this morning will approach our area tomorrow and boost the potential for showers and thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. Temperatures will continue warming, and by the weekend those of us who don't jump into the 90's will warm to near-90, especially on Sunday. Saturday will be windy again, but the chance for rain drops drastically after Friday.