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Cooler afternoons and more rain this week

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Here are some rain totals from the Tech Mesonet over the last 24 hours. 

Seagraves 1.57
Paducah 1.41
Dora NM 1.40 
Brownfield 1.23 
Seminole 1.18
Levelland 1.08 
Morton1.04 
Gail 0.90 
Wolfforth 0.69 
Sundown 0.68 
Reese Center 0.60 
Anton 0.53 IN
Muleshoe 0.51 
Earth 0.38 
Post 0.37 
Tahoka 0.31 
Lake Alan Henry 0.28 
Lubbock TTU 0.24 

We are rain free this morning with temperatures starting a little chilly. 

TODAY: High near 86, partly cloudy with some storms later this afternoon and evening. Models show the better chance to the eastern half of the area. Still can't rule out storms for the rest of the area this afternoon and tonight.

TONIGHT: Low near 65, rain chances should be diminished by midnight.

MORE RAIN: The moisture and rain chances continue through the rest of the week. Better chances late Wednesday through Friday as a cold front stalls across the Panhandle. This along with the cloud cover will help us cool down to the 70s and low 80s Thursday and Friday. 

WEEKEND: Still a slight chance for storms Saturday that may impact the Tech Football game. We should start to dry out with some warmer temperatures by Sunday.
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Have a great Tuesday! Matt will keep you updated tonight on the News at Nine.
-Bobby

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