In the plains, wind speeds will be 10-15 mph, but could gust up around 30+ through the mountains in the Trans-Pecos and SE New Mexico.
Winds will be out of the west, so they will bring in dry air.
Mix all of that together and we are looking at a fire weather watch for most of the Trans-Pecos and SE New Mexico.
Along with the dry air, the winds will also carry mild temps into the area.
Most places will be in the mid 60's tomorrow.
Temperatures will remain there Sunday, but winds will be even stronger, with the mountains seeing peak gusts above 60 mph.
Sustained winds in the 20-30 range will spill into the Permian Basin as well Sunday night.
After that, temperatures drop Monday into the upper 50's, before returning to the mid to upper 60's Tuesday.
Another front will pick up our winds and drop us into the 50's again by Wednesday.
We stay in the low to mid 60's through Friday.