Freeze warning in place part parts of the South Plains tonight

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Updated: 10/05/2013 5:36 pm
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Temperatures were rather cold this morning, 44 in Lubbock which felt even cooler because of the wind chill and similar temperatures for the rest of the area.

The cold front last night that brought the cool down will really be felt overnight tonight. We have a Freeze Warning in place for Bailey, Parmer and Castro counties. They will have the best chance to get down to or below the 32 degree freezing mark. A frost advisory is also in place for our northwestern counties.

 
 
 


The cool morning won't be limited to our northwestern counties Lubbock will be in the mid to upper 30s to start off the morning. Clear skies and dry air will really contribute to those cool temperatures, allowing for any heat from today to be released.

The dry air and clear skies work to our advantage tomorrow afternoon and will help us warm back into the upper 70s. Winds will be from the west northwest at 5 to 15 mph. Overall, it will be a nice Sunday and end to the weekend!

Sunday is just the start to our quick rebound to above average temperatures. Monday will start cold int he mid 40s but warm all the way into the low to mid 80s continuing with the sunshine and light breeze. Low to mid 80 degree days reamain in place until Wednesday.

 
 
 


We should see a front move through the area towards the end of the week but models aren't quite agreeing on the exact time yet, but we'll keep an on on that and if it will provide any rain. It could cool us back into the 70s for the weekend.

Join us tonight for the late edition of the News at Nine!
-Caitlin
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Wind: NW 5 mph
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