THIS AFTERNOON: It's sunny and dry here on the Caprock, with several severe storms running from the Big Country to Texoma and points northeast from there. Our focus is to the north, where the next front is. It'll make the next few days cooler.
TONIGHT: Clear to begin, turning cloudy behind the front early in the morning. The north wind will kick up 12-22mph. Low in the lower 50s but it'll feel like the 40s.
TOMORROW: Cloudy and cool, high only in the upper 60s. The north wind will gradually diminish through the afternoon. A few showers or storms are possible well northeast and east of Lubbock.
FRIDAY: Mostly to partly cloudy, high i the lower 70s. There is a chance for thunderstorms Friday afternoon to Friday night.
LOOKING AHEAD: We have several days in a row with at least a slight chance for storms. One day's storms, or lack of them, can influence the next days. And it's tough to nail down some of the small-scale features needed for a severe weather forecast. But at this point, it does appear some strong to severe storms will be possible during this long stretch of days.
It'll turn warmer Sunday and will be relatively mild next week. The dry line may mix far enough east of our area to remove the storm chance by Thursday of next week. Until then, we'll keep an eye out for storms each afternoon and evening.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.