Tonight, we will keep some humidity and southeast winds in the forecast which could produce some storms across the basin. We're keeping about a 20-30% chance for tonight. After that, high Pressure and Southeast flow will continue to dominate our weather in the early week. The high pressure will suppress much storm development, but with southeast flow, we can't rule out any mountain storms developing with upslope winds in the Trans-Pecos region. During the day Tuesday, we are looking at a trough of low pressure that should move through our area and shift our winds back to the Southeast, bringing more seasonable temperatures to the basin as we head through the middle and end of the week.