Less hot, slight chance for storms next few days

Less hot, slight chance for storms next few days

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

LESS HOT: It is, no doubt, hot again today in Lubbock. But at least it isn't 104 or so. We've made it up to 96 with 80s common north of the city. A "less hot" front moved through earlier, bringing a NE wind shift. There also have been a few sprinkles moving south out of the Panhandle. There hasn't been any significant rain in our area, it's all been farther north. 

South Plains radar

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. An isolated shower or storm is possible in the area, low near 69. Wind NE 5-12mph.

TOMORROW: High near 91, partly to mostly cloudy sky. Slight chance for a shower or storms late afternoon, then again late tomorrow night into early Wednesday. Wind NE/E 5-15mph.

LOOKING AHEAD: Wednesday will be hotter, in the mid 90s, with a slight chance for a shower or storm. At this point Thursday is looking a little bit better for us to get some rain. Also, the high will drop back to near 90 Thursday and Friday. The average this time of year is 93, so we'll take it.

The weekend will turn hotter before another drop in the temp early next week. While there isn't a great chance for rain on any one day, at least there's some hope in the coming week, along with a less hot pattern.

7-day forecast

Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow. 
-Matt

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