Storms overnight and Friday, drier weekend - FOX34 Lubbock

Storms overnight and Friday, drier weekend

LUBBOCK, Texas -

Cold front slowly pushing into our area and will continue to push south overnight before lifting north tomorrow. Along this front storms have developed and are moving slowly. Strong wind gusts and lightning will accompany these storms with areas of heavier rainfall.

Current Radar:
South Plains Radar

TONIGHT: As this front slowly pushes southward we will likely see more storms with it. This may continue into the morning as you are heading to work or kids to school. Another muggy morning with the low near 65.

FRIDAY: Highs will be a few degrees cooler with the high near 82, some upper 70s possible north. Scattered storms likely before rain chances diminish into the evening hours. Again with these storms some area will get some heavy rainfall with possible flooding. For High School Football there might still be some storms with better chances west.

EXTENDED: The ridge of high pressure builds back in and drys us out. Through the weekend partly cloudy with highs in the mid 80s, the upper 80s lower 90s through next week. Models are bring a slight chance for rain from New Mexico late Wednesday night.

Have a great rest of the evening! Robert with you latest look on storms on Good Day Lubbock 5a-9a.

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