El Paso has always fascinated me. It’s so far removed from the rest of the major urban areas, but is still such a large city. It’s a mystery right here in America. Have you ever heard El Paso described so romantically?
At 651, MT, El Paso was reporting a temperature of 57 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. The tail end of a cold front lies through the southeastern US and into central Texas, and feeding into it, at least aloft, there is some streaming cirrus through west Texas, likely to keep the temperatures from falling off too much overnight.
A broad, generally weak trough extends from Montana to southern California, and is indicating the flow through west Texas. The exit region of the jet will continue to run from the Baja towards the central Plains, which isn’t a particularly moisture rich course. Don’t expect precipitation for El Paso, but a continuation of the high clouds that are mottling the sky tonight.
Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 72, Low 48
Monday – Partly cloudy, High 65, Low 55
TWC: Tomorrow – Generally sunny. High 73, Low 49
Monday – Partly cloudy skies, with gusty winds developing during the afternoon. High 66, Low 55
AW: Tomorrow – Breezy with a blend of sun and clouds High 72, Low 47
Monday -Breezy with partial sunshine High 65, Low 54
NWS: Tomorrow – Partly sunny, (late rain)High 71, Low 48
Monday – Mostly sunny, (early rain) High 68, Low 57
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy. Windy. (late rain) High 71, Low 56
Monday – Partly cloudy, windy (early rain). High 64, low 56
WN: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy with isolated showers, High 71, Low 48
Monday – Partly cloudy, High 68, Low 57
FIO: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy until morning. High 72, Low 54
Monday – Breezy overnight and mostly cloudy until evening. HIgh 66, Low 54
That will feel a little brisk out in the open country around El Paso, but I tell you what, I would take a low in the mid 50s regardless of the wind. I would take a high in the mid-50s at this point. Here is the satellite, showing that cirruse traipsing over West Texas.