Cool week, another round of rain in the forecast - FOX34 Lubbock

Cool week, another round of rain in the forecast

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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:
Earth 1.94"
Haskell 1.80"
Welch 1.57"
Levelland 1.44"
Dimmitt 1.32"
Snyder 1.22"
Reese Center 1.25"
Brownfield 1.23"
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. 

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