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There will be a slight chance for some of the South Plains to see some severe weather tonight. That chance is not nearly as high as it was for last night, but some storms could fire up near midnight, especially the further north and west you are in the viewing area. The main threat with any of these storms will be large hail and damaging winds.
You can view a live stream of the radar below to track any storms.Streaming video by Ustream
Because the best time for these storms will be overnight, make sure you have a way to stay aware of them if they develop.
A strong high pressure system really starts to take over by tomorrow afternoon, and that will bring us back more sunshine and warm temperatures for the next seven days. Expect morning lows to hover near 70 with afternoon highs in the mid 90s all the way through the weekend.
There will still be a very slight chance for some convective storms to form, mainly for our northwest areas in the coming days during the afternoon and evening hours. Our northwestern counties will once again have the best chance to see any of these in the very slight chance they do pop up.
Because of that high pressure, the weather will be pleasant but warm for the foreseeable future with not a large opportunity for any rain.
I'm still filling in for Rudy, so I'll see you tonight on the News at Nine!