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Warm week ahead, rain chance returns late week

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

THIS AFTERNOON: It's a partly cloudy and mild day with 80s across our area. To the west the remnants of what was hurricane Rosa are moving over the Baja and bringing quite a bit of rain to Arizona. That humidity will bring a pretty good chance for rain to New Mexico next few days, with less of a chance here.

TONIGHT: Like the past several nights, it'll stay fairly mild with a low near 62. Some low clouds in the morning, southerly wind 5-15mph. Sunrise 7:43. A reminder it is October...average low tomorrow morning is 53, drops to 52 Wednesday morning. We will be nowhere near that mark this week.

TOMORROW: Low clouds in the morning, a mix of sun and clouds in the afternoon. High near 83. Wind S/SE 10-18mph.

NEXT FEW DAYS: It'll be even warmer Wednesday and Thursday, both days edging up close to 90. There might be an isolated shower or storm in the area tomorrow and Wednesday, but the chance looks fairly low.

We introduce a slight chance for storms late Thursday and again on Friday.

By the weekend the rain chance looks a little bit better. But not as good as it did a few days ago. Still, with a lot of humidity to work with, we may have a few showers produce good rainfall amounts.

NEXT WEEK: The rain chance should linger into early next week. It does look a little bit cooler next week. The stronger signs of cooler air show up late next week into the following weekend, though looking that far out isn't too reliable. 

7-day forecast

Have a great rest of the day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast in the morning.
-Matt

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