Cold front overnight tonight

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Updated: 10/30/2013 6:20 pm
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A chance for showers and thunderstorms remains for parts of the area tonight. Those with the best chance will be our northeastern counties but some storms an showers could creep up for the rest of the area as well. Some showers have already developed in Lea county New Mexico, those will push north east throughout the evening.

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A cold front arrives overnight and that will quickly dry us up from west to east, and push out of the area by tomorrow morning. Temperatures will dip into the mid to upper 40s for the morning hours. Wind will pick up as the front moves through but will likely die down a bit by the afternoon. We will warm into the upper 60s and low 70s. Behind the front we can expect sunny skies for your Halloween.

The Trick-or-Treat forecast will be very pleasant with clear skies and temperatures in the mid to upper 60s right before sunset. Basically, a very nice afternoon and evening to be outside!

Friday morning will be pretty chilly, dipping into the upper 30s, possibly the mid to low 30s with a cold "boundary" sweeping through the South Plains in the morning, if it arrives before seven a.m. we will be on the cooler end of that range. The afternoon will be another day near 70 with sunny skies.

 
 
 


That weather remains through Saturday until some clouds build back up for Sunday and Monday with the arrival of another system to our northwest that could bring us rain by Monday.

I will be in for Rudy tonight on the late News at Nine, join us after Game 6 of the World Series!
-Caitlin
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Wind: ENE 8 mph
Feels Like: 34°
High: 61°
Low: 39°

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