A few isolated showers popped up in Dawson, Borden, and Scurry counties today, but Lubbock remained dry. Fall officially begins Monday morning at 2:50 a.m., but don't expect much of a change this week in temperatures. We'll remain a little above average, and the chance for a few isolated showers will return in the afternoon for the first few days. A few may be possible Monday morning too toward the Permian Basin.
TONIGHT: Some patchy fog possible, low of 62°, light E wind.
MONDAY: Partly sunny with some isolated showers and storms in the evening, high of 83°, S wind 5-10mph. A shower or two is possible in the morning toward the Permian Basin.
Overall, we're not expecting widespread rain like the last couple days, but some isolated showers are possible most days. It does look a little drier toward the end of the week.