Anticipating the first freeze of the season - FOX34 Lubbock

Anticipating the first freeze of the season

A Freeze **WATCH** is in effect Sunday night, meaning widespread freezing temperatures are possible.

A very wet start to the weekend led to some eventual partly sunny skies. Temperatures are a bit below average, but we haven't seen anything yet. Temperatures will plunge tomorrow evening with the passage of a cold front. This front could bring some showers and we can definitely expect the wind to pick up as they shift to the north.

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy with SSE winds near 10mph and a low near 53°.

SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy with some isolated showers. High temperatures near 63° in Lubbock and much cooler the closer you approach Amarillo. It will be windy, with winds out of the north around 20-25 mph and some gusts above 30 mph.

Expect chilly weather to follow. While we'll likely warm up a bit through the week, but temperatures will still remain well below average. We may not even reach freezing temperatures for very long in Lubbock Monday or Tuesday morning, but the main idea is that changes are certainly ahead.


 Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III


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