Clear skies tonight with another typical morning Saturday, for this time of year. Saturday will be sunny though most of the day, and as a result, the temperature will climb to the mid 90s. Some places may even reach 100° southwest of Lubbock, like in Gaines County or Lea County, NM.
Computer models have been fairly persistent on bringing in some cloud cover late Saturday afternoon with a few storms. I'm leaning a little drier in my forecast, but I can't rule out a stray storm Saturday. It won't be anything to cancel plans over even if it does rain.
A cold front moves in Sunday, so it won't be as hot. You won't really feel it until Monday though when temperatures struggle to reach the 70s. Some rain is expected with the front, but right now it looks like Monday will be wetter, with the chance of a pop-up storm each day there after.
TONIGHT: Clear skies with a low of 63° overnight. SE wind 5-10mph.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and hot, with a high of 95° and SSE wind 5mph. A stray storm possible in the evening with a few clouds.
Next week, temperatures will be a bit cooler with highs in the low 80s and lows near 60.
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