The cold front brought a nice fall cool down across the area. Had some showers and storms early in the morning, but rain diminished across much of our area. Heavy rainfall continuing in southeastern New Mexico and in the northern Panhandle. Current radar below:
TONIGHT: Temperatures dropping to near average... we have been around 10-20 degree above our average lows last couple of weeks. Low near 57, mostly cloudy with some fog and drizzle possible in the morning.
FRIDAY: South wind returns and clouds breaking through the day to allow some heating. High near 76. First Friday Art Trail and High School Football game during the evening looks to remain dry for much of the area. There might be a slim chance for shower late in the night and early A.M. to our north western counties.
SATURDAY: An early kickoff for the Tech vs OSU game here in Lubbock. Temperatures will be nice with the high nearing 83 and mostly sunny. A front will shift the wind later in the day to the northeast, temperatures behind the front will drop to the 70s.
EXTENDED: A stronger front will bring a chance for some isolated showers and storms late Sunday into early Monday. This will bring some chilly morning temperatures to start the week, down to the 40s and 50s. Looks to stay cool and much drier through the day with the high near 71. A quick warm up through Wednesday, then another front may drop us down again to end the week. A bit of a roller coaster ride over the next 7 days.
Have a nice rest of your evening. Join Matt after the Seahawks vs Rams game tonight, Robert filling in on Good Day starting at 5am.