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Warm, windy and sunny trend for the next couple days

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Updated: 3/02/2013 5:09 pm
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The next couple days will feel a lot like summer.  A low pressures system to our north will be pulling in warm air from the south bringing our afternoon temperatures to near 80 for tomorrow.  Mostly sunny skies will help with the warm up.  The low will also bring us windy conditions once again to the South Plains, from the southwest at 15 to 25 mph.

The warmth and wind do not stop there.  Monday will start well above average with temperatures in the low to mid 40s.  The afternoon won't be quite as warm as tomorrow, but we'll still have highs in the low to mid 70s and mostly sunny skies.  Wind will hang around too from the west northwest at 20 to 25 mph.

Tuesday a cold front arrives dropping our morning temperature back down to the low 30s and keeping us in the low 50s for the afternoon.  There is a chance for some light rain in the Panhandle but we will stay dry here in the South Plains despite the front, so expect mostly sunny to entirely sunny skies.


We warm up quickly starting on Wednesday with a high near 60 and mostly sunny skies.  We will likely warm up to the 70s again for Thursday and hover near that through the end of the week.  The next big change arrives sometime late Friday into early Saturday.  Models so far are showing rain and the possibility of storms for Saturday.  That is still very far out so we will have a better idea of what to expect with that system later in the week.

Henry, Rob and I will be on the News at Nine tonight with your local news, sports and more weather!
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