Not too hot next few days

Not too hot next few days

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

BREAK FROM THE HEAT: Much of our area stayed in the 80s this afternoon. There was a lot of rain that moved from the Panhandle to the Rolling Plains, well east of Lubbock. This area of rain has continued southeast, down to the Big Country.

South Plains radar

TONIGHT: Pretty nice, low near 63 in Lubbock beneath a mostly clear sky. Wind N/NE 5-12mph. Areas northwest of Lubbock, including Muleshoe, Farwell and Dimmitt, should drop to the 50s.

We are watching storms that are now in Northeast New Mexico. Some of those storms may get into our area late tonight/early Tuesday morning. Several rapid-update models show storms making it to the western/southwestern part of our area.

TOMORROW: High near 87, mostly sunny. Wind NE/E 5-12mph. At this point it looks like most of our area should stay dry, though we can't rule out a few isolated showers or storms.

LOOKING AHEAD: The high will climb back to around 92 Wednesday. Several computer models have been consistent on a complex of showers and storms moving across our area late Wednesday night into Thursday morning. We've bumped the chance for rain up to 30%.

Thursday will probably drop off by a couple degrees before it turns sunny and hotter late week into the weekend. But it doesn't look brutally hot like a few weeks ago. The high shouldn't stray too far from the average high of 93.

Right now next week looks sunny and hot.

7-day forecast

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

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