THIS AFTERNOON: It's reached the lower 90s around Lubbock and much of the area, with it a few degrees hotter to the northwest. We have a long stretch of quiet, summertime weather upcoming.
There are a few storms that developed over the higher terrain of New Mexico. These are slowly moving east and could make it to the state line, west of Lubbock, this evening.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear, low near 67. Wind S 10-15mph.
HOT PATTERN: Upper-level high pressure will build across the region. There's not much changing from one day to the next. Some storms will probably develop each afternoon in the New Mexico mountains and slowly drift east. We can't rule out a few isolated storms in our area late each day, mainly to the northwest of Lubbock. But overall, the rain chance is low.
The storm chance may bump up to about 20% to 30% by early to middle part of next week. But at this point, it's too far out to mention a chance, even a slight one like this.
It'll probably trend slightly hotter this weekend.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.