Santa shouldn't have a problem over West Texas tonight - FOX34 Lubbock

Santa shouldn't have a problem over West Texas tonight

Skies will remain mostly clear and the wind won't be too intense, it'll just be a little cool for the big guy. However, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day temperatures are forecast to remain a little bit above average. Late Christmas evening could bring a shower, with scattered storms expected much of Wednesday.

TONIGHT: Low temperature of 32°, mostly clear skies and WNW winds 5-10mph.

CHRISTMAS DAY: Increasing clouds with a late shower possible. High of 56° degrees and winds shifting from the N to the SE 5-15mph.

A sluggish area of low pressure moves across our area, increasing our cloud cover and chance for rain Wednesday. Once it finally does pass by, cold air will follow as we expect high temperatures to drop into the 30s by the weekend. We could potentially even reach the teens at night. A little moisture is possible across the area on Saturday, and with those cold temperatures, we could see some isolated snow showers.


  Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III


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