We had more round of severe weather last night, including golf ball-size hail near Smyer, south of Wolfforth and just south of Lubbock, on Indiana south of FM 1585. Around Lubbock a lot of it was pea size to a little bit larger, with torrential downpours.
Then a front cleared the area, which ushered in the clouds and much cooler weather. It's been in the 50s and 60s this afternoon.
Also, we have new information on Sunday's tornadoes in Lynn County. The NWS has rated the tornadoes EF-2 and EF-1. The EF-2 likely would've been rated higher had it entered Tahoka. Thankfully it just missed town. It was on the ground for more than an hour, covering more than 17 miles.
TONIGHT: Clouds will increase again, low near 41. Wind NE 10-18mph.
TOMORROW: Cloudy with off-and-on rainfall. We aren't concerned with severe weather. In fact, while an isolated storm is possible, it should be just rain. High temp only 52. The average high this time of year is in the low 80s. Wind NE/E 10-18mph.
NEXT FEW DAYS: Chance for rain on Saturday, another fairly cool and mostly cloudy day. Sunday should reach the mid 70s with more sun.
Next week will trend a little bit milder, but still not up to the average high. We have a decent chance for some showers and storms to begin the week. While we can't rule out some strong storms, right now it looks like the humidity will be fairly limited, limiting the severe weather risk.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.