Rain totals from last nights storms, more storms expected tonigh - FOX34 Lubbock

Rain totals from last nights storms, more storms expected tonight

LUBBOCK, Texas -

Another round of overnight showers and storms brought some more heavy rain for our area. Southern counties had the higher rain totals than the northern counties. Here are some of the rainfall totals from the Tech Mesonet:

Seminole 1.99"
Seagraves 1.44"
Denver City 1.37"
Hobbs NM 1.31"
Plains 1.23"
Tahoka 1.21"
Jayton 1.06"
Brownfield 0.95"
Wolfforth 0.94"
Post 0.93"
Smyer 0.89"
Levelland 0.88"
Sundown 0.85"
Slaton 0.85"
O'Donnell 0.83"
Reese Center 0.76"
Near Tech 0.63"
Lubbock Airport only 0.24"

TODAY: Another mild on with highs in the lower to mid 80s. Clouds will diminish some through the afternoon. A isolated storms likely to pop up through the afternoon hours, but not expecting wide spread rainfall.

TONIGHT: Another round of storms that develop in New Mexico will push into parts of our area. Again not everyone will receive the rainfall, but locations that do can pick up a quick half inch to over an inch. This of course will add to flooding in our area. There may even be some severe storms with damaging wind and smaller sized hail the main risk.

REST OF WEEK: The very slow moving low pressure system to our west will start its northeast movement over the next few days. Once this system pushes out of our region it will take the rain chances with it. Until then you can expect nightly showers and storms Tuesday and Wednesday moving from New Mexico into our area. Like we have had over the last few days not everyone will get the rainfall. Late week and this weekend more sunshine with warmer temperatures. Highs climbing to the 90s by Saturday!

Have a great Monday! Matt in with the next updated forecast and coverage of the storms tonight on the News at Nine.

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