TODAY: The dryline will be a factor for storms developing again this afternoon. Models continue to have it located to our eastern counties where some storms may develop along that boundary. If they develop in our area they will intensify quickly with a risk for large hail and heavy rainfall, low chance but a tornado can't be ruled out. Storm Prediction Center is showing a enhanced risk towards Snyder and Jayton.
Lubbock staying sunny with the high near 86, southwest wind will stay light 5-15mph.
TONIGHT: Low near 53, some fog possible again for areas where the dew points are higher. A cold front will be pushing into our northern counties early in the morning.
THURSDAY: This front will increase the cloud cover and bring a breezy northerly wind 12-22mph. Temperatures will be dropping to the upper 60s and 70s.
EXTENDED: Temperatures will stay cooler before warming back up to near average by Sunday. The dryline will continue to play a factor with shower and storm chances starting Friday. This dryline is showing to push west into New Mexico where storms likely to develop then pushing into the South Plains. This chance for storms continues on and off through next week.
Have a great Wednesday! Matt with the latest updates tonight on the News at Nine.