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We've had storms very isolated in nature develop across the South Plains all afternoon. That activity continues and could continue into the evening hours as well. Some of these storms strong wind gusts near 40 mph, brief heavy rainfall and cloud to ground lightning. In some cases, pea size hail has been reported.
The storms will start to dwindle into the overnight hours and we'll start to see mostly sunny skies by morning with a low near 50. Mostly sunny skies will be the trend into the afternoon and a high near 80 with south west winds at 10 to 15 mph.
Monday will be slightly warmer, starting in the mid 50s and warming to the mid 80s with mostly sunny skies and south west winds at 15 to 20 mph.
A low pressure system creeps towards us starting on Tuesday, creating a very slight chance for storms on Tuesday night. That low will also bring in some warm air which will help fuels those storms. Temperatures are going to be near 90 in the afternoons with the arrival of that low, beginning on Wednesday and lows will be near 60.
The low will move an and mostly sunny skies will return by the end of the week, but the warm temperatures will stick around.
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