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It was another day in which we started off around the average low and ended up about 5-8 degrees above the average high. Below is a look at some of our morning lows and afternoon highs from today.
We will stay under a partly cloudy sky tonight and hold a steady south breeze giving us slightly milder temperatures tomorrow morning. Moisture will continue to increase across the region overnight leading to a slight chance for storms tomorrow afternoon. A weak dryline will enter the region from the west and as it interacts with the added moisture in place we could see a few isolated showers and thunderstorms. Originally we thought this would likely take place across the Rolling Plains but now it looks like everything will be held farther west with the best chance, although still not a great chance, for rain being to the west of Lubbock.
Breezy conditions will continue both on Thursday and Friday with a steady south wind around 15-25mph. A weak cold front will move through on Saturday and then stall around the I-20 corridor. This front will retreat back north as a warm front late Saturday helping to return moisture across the region. Another upper-level disturbance will move overhead at the beginning of next week and now it looks like with the moisture returning we could see some rain on Sunday. There still are some questions about when exactly it could rain and how much but everything is starting to look more positive as far as our rain prospects go.
A stronger cold front will move through sometime between Monday and Tuesday cooling us down by about ten degrees and possibly providing us with another chance for rain although right now there are too many uncertainties with that setup to give any real chances. Stay tuned!
I hope you had a great day! I will step you through the forecast tonight on the News at Nine and Matt will have a complete updated forecast for you tomorrow morning.