Possibility of storms increases in coming days

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Updated: 6/16/2013 5:17 pm
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Happy Father's Day to all of the dads out there! So far it's been pretty tranquil for those of you celebrating outside, but it has been warm and even a little muggy with high temperatures in the low and mid 90s for the South Plains.

We could see a little bit of action this evening and tonight with some storms already developing in Lea county, New Mexico. These scattered storms could develop and migrate into the South Plains tonight. Small hail and strong wind gusts could accompany any storms that do develop.

To track any showers, we've provided a live stream of the radar below.

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After midnight the possibility of storms will fall apart and we'll drop into the low 70s for tomorrow morning. We'll have a mixture of sun and clouds for your Monday with a high in the mid 90s and another chance for scattered storms mainly after 1 p.m. The chance increases tomorrow night.

A very weak cold front swings through the area tomorrow and it will drop our temperatures for Tuesday very slightly, into the low 90s. It'll still be warm, and that mixed with some moisture will continue to fuel the possibility of storms through Tuesday night.


A high pressure system sitting to our south really starts to amplify come Wednesday and that will dry us out and warm us up significantly into the mid to upper 90s through the rest of the work week.

Join us tonight on the News at Nine and have a fabulous rest of your Father's Day!
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