We had a lot of rain through the overnight hours, still some concerns in low-lying areas for excess water. Take your time getting to your destination this morning. Here are some of the rainfall totals since midnight from the Tech Mesonet:
Reese Center 1.25"
Near Tech 1.23"
Current radar showing the heavier activity has pressed to the east.
TODAY: High near 66, mostly cloudy with some breakage during the day. Still a few isolated showers possible, but these will be light.
TONIGHT: A cold front will barreling through the area, this will bring some cold temperatures in the morning. Low near 44, make sure to put a jacket on the kids before heading to school. Might have areas of fog and low clouds in the morning, then becoming sunny.
REST OF WEEK: Highs staying cool in the 60s and 70s across the area. An isolated chance for storms late Thursday and Friday. Hurricane Michael expected to strengthen into a major hurricane before making landfall tomorrow afternoon along the Florida Panhandle and Alabama.
THIS WEEKEND: Hurricane Sergio in the Pacific now, will bring another good chance for rain for the region. Then a cold front will bring a big cool down to start next week. We may even have the first freeze upon us across the South Plains.
Have a great Tuesday! Matt will have the next update to the forecast tonight on the News at Nine.