**SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH** for the counties below shaded in green until 11PM tonight.
Like Sunday evening, expect scattered showers and thunderstorms mainly east of Lubbock County, except more numerous compared to Sunday. Some of these may become strong, with the biggest risk being hale and some gusty winds.
A storm may linger after midnight, likely well east and northeast of Lubbock. Otherwise, expect partly cloudy skies and a low of 67 with SSE winds 5-10mph.
Tomorrow, expect more dry line action as an area of high pressure remains along the Gulf Coast, this will continue to pump moisture into East Texas. The edge of that moisture sits the dry line right over Lubbock. As it sloshes west and east, we could see some more storms flare up Tuesday afternoon. Highs will be near 89 and winds to the south about 10mph.
A few showers possible Thursday, breezy on Friday, and a slow moving disturbance into next week could enhance cloud cover, bring some showers as well as some slightly cooler temperatures.
Chief Meteorologist Matt Ernst and myself are watching the storms this evening and we'll be back tomorrow afternoon. Catch Bobby in the morning!