TODAY: It was a cold start with clouds. Since then, with a SW breezy and sunshine, it's warmed up across most of our area. Lubbock's low was 19. Here are some colder readings off of the Texas Tech Mesonet:
Roaring Springs 12
It's warmed into the 60s and 70s across much of area, though it's stayed colder farther east.
TONIGHT: A cold front will bring a wind shift, NE 10-15mph. Low in the mid 20s, becoming cloudy.
TOMORROW: The coldest air will be locked in east, off of the Caprock. This is also where we might get some drizzle of freezing drizzle. Whatever form it is, amounts look like.
It'll likely stay in the 30s and cloudy east, with 40s closer to Lubbock with some sun late, and much warmer with sun earlier near the state line out west.
REST OF THE WEEK: It'll be a daily climb on the temperature Wednesday through Friday.
There's little agreement in models for the weekend. But that often happens when there's a large-scale pattern shift. We need one badly. For now we're forecasting cooler day with gusty wind. There are some signs that either this weekend or early next week we could even see some showers. But since it's so far away, models have such low agreement, and we are in this drought...we're far from anything certain on showers.
Have a great rest of your day. Whitney will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.