Snow chances ending overnight, hard freeze area wide

Snow chances ending overnight, hard freeze area wide

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

The chance for snow will be diminishing just a little after midnight. Higher amounts will be in our northern counties with a dusting possible in Lubbock. Current radar below:
South Plains Radar

TONIGHT: A hard freeze with temperatures dropping to the mid 20s for much of the area. The north/northwest wind will stay strong at 12-22mph making it feel like we are in the teens. Protect your plants and pets by bringing them inside, also don't forget to turn off your sprinkler system. Since we have had some light precipitation today with light snow tonight, some slick spots on the roads might be possible. Give yourself some extra time for your morning commute.
Current Temperature
Current Wind

FRIDAY: The cloud cover will clear east in the morning with sunshine through most of the day. Temperatures will stay chilly though with the high near 53, and the north wind 10-18mph. It will be cold for Friday Football game with temperatures in the 40s by halftime, 30s likely by the end. Wear extra clothing and a heavy jacket if heading outdoors.

WEEKEND: A quick warm up Saturday with the high near 73 and a southwest wind 10-18mph. Another front pushes through the area Sunday with a breezy northerly wind.

NEXT WEEK: It is looking to be a cold week ahead with below average temperatures and lows near freezing. Models are in a little better agreement on temperatures, but still uncertain if we might see precipitation.

Join Robert tonight after the Redskins and Vikings game.
-Bobby

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