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We had another hot day in Lubbock today, reaching 100 degrees for parts of the South Plains. Get used to it, because the warm temperatures are here to stay.
First, we do have another slight chance to see some storms across the area as a surface low continues to pull in some moisture and providing some instability combined with the hot temperatures. If we see any storms, they'll be scattered, but some could be strong. Small hail and damaging winds would not be out of the question.
Tomorrow will be another warm day with highs in the mid 90s. We'll probably see a few more clouds in the sky, and once again have another chance for storms in the evening hours.
Tuesday brings drier conditions as a high pressure system to our south east amplifies significantly. The dryness will also allow us to warm up in the afternoon, likely every day for the rest of the seven day outlook. Temperatures could once again reach 100 on Wednesday and Thursday and remain in the upper 90s after that, through the weekend.
Morning lows will hover near 70 for the next seven days as well as wind mainly from the south near 10 to 20 mph. That high pressure system will keep things relatively tranquil for the coming days.
Join me for the News at Nine tonight with Kurt and Nick. Matt will have your updated forecast tomorrow morning and Rudy returns tomorrow night for the News at Nine!