Surface and upper level high pressure will move east of the area while a massive storm system moves into the northern Plains. This will result in very dry hot and windy conditions Wednesday into Thursday morning before sending a dry cold front through the area. A slightly wetter cold front will arrive on Saturday but only with isolated showers.
Tonight will be clear a little breezy and milder with a low of 66.
Wednesday will be noticeably windy very dry and hot with a high of 91.
Wednesday night expect fair skies but windy and mild with a low of 68.
Thursday expect winds to decrease to light by afternoon hot and dry with a high of 92.
It will be cool again Thursday night with clear skies and light winds.