All Spring the one thing we have been lacking is moisture. Several cold fronts have surged through Permian Basin where usually storms would have popped up but the lack of moisture has just started wild fires. We finally have a high pressure located near the Gulf of Mexico letting us tap into some rich gulf moisture. Now we have enough moisture to bring up the topic of storms, especially with our current heat wave. Today's high near 95 will be enough heat to spark a few isolated storms across the Basin this afternoon. Most of the Basin will stay dry but with each storm expect winds gusting to 50 mph and a potential for large hail. Tonight temps will stay mild with the humidity staying high also, It'll be a muggy mild Wednesday morning with more storms possible in the mountains Wednesday afternoon. Throughout the next several days, gusty southeast winds will push the dryline well west of Texas, possible back into central New Mexico. This will keep us in a very "Summer-Like" weather pattern with mountain t-storms possible each day. This weather pattern will hold strong likely into next week. Expect 90's for highs, breezy winds and isolated storms in the mountains into the weekend.