Storms continue this evening, possibly more Monday and Tuesday

Storms continue this evening, possibly more Monday and Tuesday

Isolated thunderstorms will continue this evening, otherwise expect quiet conditions overnight with a low of 70 and partly cloudy skies. Winds will be from the south around 15mph.

A front approaches the area from the NW on Monday but likely stalls just north of Lubbock. This could spin up a few storms Monday evening. The threat for severe weather is low, but it not impossible. The best chance for a strong storm will remain toward the NE, closer to Oklahoma. Expect winds out of the south winds around 5-15mph and a high of 99. Many places will go above 100 and those that see rain may not reach the upper 90s.

Depending on what this front does, we could see some more isolated storms Tuesday afternoon. Beyond that, things look fairly sunny and temperatures return closer to average levels.

~RG3

 Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III

 @DrRGIII

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