Late night storms continue next few days, warmer weekend

Late night storms continue next few days, warmer weekend

LUBBOCK, Texas -

Overnight storms moved across our northern counties bringing some good heavy rainfall.

TODAY: Partly sunny and mild with the high near 84, a chance for some isolated storms during the later afternoon hours.

TONIGHT: Another round of storms expected to move in from New Mexico pushing into our area. Some storms may bring some high wind gusts and some lower severe sized hail. The flooding risk will stay in place for the area since the ground is saturated.

WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY: A low pressure system will slowly push across our region. This with the good moisture we have in place will continue the chance for showers and storms. Later Wednesday into early Thursday another round of storms moving from New Mexico into our area. Then this low will track across the Panhandle bringing a chance for storms through Thursday.

EXTENDED: Once this low pushes east of the area in to Oklahoma, drier air move into the the South Plains. This will allow temperatures to climb to the 90s this weekend with lots of sunshine. Looking into next week we may have another shot for more rain with a cold front moving into the area.

Have a great Tuesday! Matt with the latest updated forecast and a track of potential storms tonight on the News at Nine.
-Bobby

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