Could see more showers through Saturday

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Updated: 6/14/2013 5:48 pm
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Showers have popped up throughout the afternoon across portions of the South Plains. Our southwestern counties have seen the bulk of these scattered showers, as well as areas across the Rolling Plains. They have been scattered and light in nature, with the exception of isolated heavy rainfall.

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As the low pressure system providing these showers pushes through the area throughout today, tonight and finally out of the area tomorrow, we will see the possibility of these showers all the way through Saturday. As the system exits any leftover rain will taper off from west to east by tomorrow evening. Showers tomorrow are likely to stay scattered.

We'll see the return of sun, especially for our western counties tomorrow afternoon, allowing us to warm into the upper 80s, possibly the low 90s depending on how much sun we get. The big warm up arrives Sunday with drier conditions and a high in the mid 90s again.

A disturbance Sunday afternoon and evening will bring a very slight chance for storms, but we are not too confident in that chance. The same goes for Monday as a weak front comes through overnight into Tuesday morning where our chances are just slightly better for some rain and thunderstorms.


After that a high pressure system amplifies mid week keeping us mostly dry and warm with temperatures remaining in the low to mid 90s through Friday.

I'm still filling in for Rudy and I'll be here for the weekend for your further forecasts!
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