On and off showers today, better rain chances tonight

On and off showers today, better rain chances tonight

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

We broke the longest dry streak record at midnight of 99 days. The good news is we also have some light on and off showers this morning. Cold front has pushed through the area. This has left us with colder temperatures and a breezy start to today.

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TODAY: Temperatures not moving much, high near 44. Northeast wind will back off later today 8-16mph. Mostly cloudy with rain chances increasing this evening from west to east. Not a good day for starting the Texas Tech Baseball season.


TONIGHT: Low near 37, Southeast-southwest wind 5-15mph. Better rain chances across the area, totals ranging from tenth to half an inch or more at some locations.
THIS WEEKEND: Clearing out of precipitation early Saturday for a warmer partly to mostly sunny afternoon. Lows will stay in the upper 30s to low 40s, with highs in the 70s by Sunday. This is great news for the Tech Baseball games this weekend! There is another slim chance for rain late Sunday. Chances look to be better into the Southern Rolling Plains. 
EXTENDED: Staying warm and breezy to start the week with a mostly sunny sky. Another drop in the highs occur Wednesday, partly cloudy sky and breezy.

Joins us now on Good Day Lubbock until 9AM. Matt will bring you the latest tonight on the News at 9. Have a great Friday!
-Bobby

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