Feelin' hot hot hot

Feelin' hot hot hot

Triple-digit high temperatures are in the forecast Thursday and Friday. If you're north of Lubbock, you may be lucky enough to only reach the upper 90s. This is quite a bit above average for this time of year; average being 92°. The forecast is fairly dry as well. Because it is so how however, a stray shower is possible, but don't expect much.

TONIGHT: Low of 65°, ESE wind of 10mph under clear skies.

THURSDAY: Hot, with a high of 100°. W wind 5-10mph under sunny skies.

This weekend will be "less hot," but still a bit above average. We return to average temperatures for late June by next week, and the sun stays in the forecast.

~RG3

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On Facebook: Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III

On Twitter: @DrRGIII

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