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Tracking a drying out period in the forecast

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ABILENE, Texas - After Saturday's cold front rain chances will come to an end across West-Central Texas.

Tonight, we will continue tracking a cold front that will work its way south of I-10 by Sunday morning. An isolated shower cannot be ruled out as it moves through the area. Winds will become light out of north.

On Sunday, some patchy morning fog will be possible if winds remain light. If anything does form, it will fade away by mid-morning to full sunshine. Temperatures should top out in the middle to lower 80s. Winds will pick back up out of the north-northeast at 5 to 15 mph.

As we go into the first full week of June, a ridge of high pressure aloft will strengthen and drive our forecast over the next several days.

Look for sunny skies with some occasional clouds from Monday through at least Saturday of next weekend. Temperatures will start the week in the mid-80s but climb to and top out in the upper 80s and lower 90s each day after Monday and remain in the pattern into next weekend.

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