THIS AFTERNOON: The clouds have stuck around and we've even had a few sprinkles in the area. It hasn't been much within our area. Farther off to the east there have been some severe storms from Sweetwater to Wichita Falls and up to southern Oklahoma. A severe thunderstorm watch continues around that area until 9 p.m. with the main risk being large hail.
TONIGHT: Cloudy, low near 49. Wind SW/S 10-20mph. There's a chance for a shower or storm.
TOMORROW: For the first time in a long time, there's a decent chance for rain...a 40% chance for a shower or storm tomorrow. High near 65, with the temp falling late. Wind SW/NE 10-20mph.
While we have the chance for rain throughout the day, the better chance comes as a cold front moves across our area during the afternoon. We could see a few strong storms, but the ingredients for severe weather will be in place farther to the southeast, across parts of Central and North Texas.
WEDNESDAY: We'll continue the chance for a shower or storm into Wednesday. It's also going to be cooler, high in the upper 50s to lower 60s Wednesday.
Next couple of days rain totals will range from 1/10" to 1/2", with some isolated storms producing more than 3/4". We definitely need it.
CLEARING OUT: It'll climb back to the 70s Thursday and Friday, near 80 on Saturday. It'll also get breezy again Friday through Sunday.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have an update to the forecast here in the Weather Blog and on Good Day Lubbock early tomorrow.