Relatively dry forecast looks drier - FOX34 Lubbock

Relatively dry forecast looks drier

An area of high pressure has scooted eastward a little sooner than anticipated yesterday, which means the relatively already dry forecast is looking even drier.

TONIGHT: Expect a low of 60° with SE winds 5-10 mph and partly cloudy skies. 

MONDAY: Partly sunny with a stray storm possible, likely west of Lubbock. Expect a high of 82° and SE winds 5-10 mph.

Beyond Monday, the same dry and warm forecast is anticipated. The area of high pressure will allow the temperatures to rise a bit as the sky remains clear. That being said, we're not even talking about above average temperatures. Temperatures will be closer to average as we approach the weekend.

-RG3

 Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III

 @DrRGIII

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