Mostly sunny and warm today, few storms possible tomorrow

Mostly sunny and warm today, few storms possible tomorrow

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Sunny this morning with moisture staying in place. Dew points in the 60s with temperatures in the upper 60s. 

College World Series games are continuing in Omaha, NE today... Although it isn't looking great as it is raining now, and they have a 60-80 percent chance for storms, some severe. Likely the game will be delayed. 

TODAY: Near 83 by lunch, high near 92.  Mostly sunny sky, a few showers possible. Models showing them to develop for the northwestern half of the area. Most of us staying dry, southeast wind light 5-15mph. 

TONIGHT: Low near 68, mostly clear sky.

WEDNESDAY: High near 90, mostly to partly cloudy. A little better chance for some storms with a front moving into the area. No wide spread rain fall but storms could be strong to severe. It is looking better to the Rolling Plains and eastern half of the South Plains. 

EXTENDED: The first day of Summer is Thursday, with a few showers and storms possible. A ridge of higher pressure will then bring some drier and warmer air to the area. Hottest day looks to be Saturday, nearing 100 degrees.

Join us on Good Day until 9am. Matt will have the next update tonight on the News at Nine. Have a great Tuesday!
-Bobby

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