The Severe Weather Outlook has favorable storm conditions north of where the Texas Panhandle begins to see significant storm development as low pressure pushes down on the Rockies. As this fast-moving thunderstorm arc crashes into a warm, saturated, saturated center, it also rapidly dissipates and creates strong flow boundaries.
As this front system is rapidly moving through the Midwest, el nino, combined with geotropical flows through the states, is subjecting the Concho Valley to fixed boundaries and strong southerly currents. temperatures have been moderate and wetter over the past 48 hours.
Tonight, areas as far south as Tom Green County, as well as towns like Junction, see rainfall from the south that gradually increases overnight and continues into tomorrow morning.
Fast-moving high pressure could form late Saturday afternoon, pushing humidity and highs to triple digits before weakening Sunday night as a powerful atmospheric system will overwhelm Oklahoma, potentially providing provide a few millimeters of rain for the tally.