Showers overnight produced some sprinkles before ending this morning.
TODAY: Partly cloudy and should stay dry though an isolated shower can't be ruled out. High near 59 with a south-southwest wind 8-15mph.
TONIGHT: Low near 43, cloud cover will increase this evening with a better shot for rain. It will start in New Mexico and will push east across the South Plains. Light to moderate rain at times, that could add up to a tenth to a quarter of rainfall.
FRIDAY: The rain will continue to push east, then clearing from west to east. By midday it should be out of the South Plains with showers continuing for the Rolling Plains. High near 58, cold front later changing the wind to the northwest.
WEEKEND: Clouds will clear Saturday, then return Sunday. There might be some light precipitation for the western counties early Sunday. This might even be some wintry mix, but it will be light and not accumulating. Highs will be colder in the upper 40s and 50s, with lows in the 20s and 30s.
NEXT WEEK: Looking dry with more sunshine, Gradually warming back to the upper 50s and 60s by midweek.
Have a great Thursday! Matt will have the latest outlook tonight on the News at Nine.