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More rain from the weekend, and a continued chance to pick up a few more hundredths or tenths of an inch tomorrow. We will remain dry through the morning with a low near 70 and a high near the low 90s. We could see scattered showers and thunderstorms for the central portions of the South Plains as early as 3:00 p.m. They'll likely spread to the east by night time.
Minimal accumulation is expected for most of these storms if they do develop, but we could see some areas of localized heavier rainfall.
Wind will also pick up significantly tomorrow afternoon, near 15 to 25 mph fro the south. The next several days will be breezy, mostly 15 to 20 mph winds from the south and southwest.
Tuesday morning will be mild again, near 70 for a low, and we'll get up to about 90 by the afternoon with mostly sunny skies, but another chance for more scattered showers and thunderstorms. Models are showing some popping up mid day for the central and eastern portions of the area, while those along the state line could see some of those scattered showers by the evening.
Wednesday will be very similar, with most of the day including sunshine and warm temperatures, but another chance in the evening for scattered showers, some could linger through midnight.
There are hints of more showers later in the week thanks to a closed off low to the north west by Thursday, but models are differing strongly on those chances as of yet.
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