Rain, storms possible early Tuesday; storm chance returns late w

Rain, storms possible early Tuesday; storm chance returns late week

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

THIS AFTERNOON: A cold front has pushed well south of Lubbock. It brought us the cloudy day with a gusty north wind and cooler air. The front pushed farther south than expected, which is why the severe weather risk at this point is roughly along and south of I-20. The front still may lift north slightly this evening, which is why there could be a few strong storms from Seminole to Snyder, along US 180, this evening.

TONIGHT: Cloudy and mild, low in the mid to upper 50s. By early morning there is a chance for thunderstorms. If they do develop, storms could be strong. Latest guidance shows storms developing somewhere west or northwest of Lubbock, then moving east.

TOMORROW: After the chance for showers and storms early, much drier air will build in on a gusty west wind. The dry line should mix to about U.S. 83, Paducah to Abilene. East of that line some severe storms are possible. For our area it'll be dry and breezy, high near 83.

NEXT FEW DAYS: Wednesday will be a little bit warmer, breezy again. The risk for severe storms will run from the Hill Country up to North Texas and Oklahoma.

It'll turn cooler and breezy Thursday. An approaching storm system will bring a chance for thunderstorms on Friday. Then there's a slight chance for storms each afternoon Saturday through Tuesday. It's pretty typical this time of year with a storm system over the southwestern United States that at least a few storms can pop up in the humid air. But there's not a clear-cut sign that any one of those days has a better chance. We'll be able to get more specific as we get closer.

7-day forecast

Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.
-Matt

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