A nice warm up yesterday afternoon as Lubbock made it to 78 for the high.
TODAY: A weak front in the area will change the wind to the north and staying light 5-12mph. A sunny afternoon and temperatures will be a few degree cooler, high near 73.
TONIGHT: A second surge of cold area move through the area. This will drop lows to the 30s with a few locations freezing to our north. Dew points and temperatures may be close enough to get some low clouds and possible patchy fog.
TUESDAY: Highs drop to the lower to mid 60s with a southerly wind returning 5-10mph.
REST OF WEEK: The chance for showers and storms will increase with a Pacific disturbance pushing across our area. The moisture will be lifted from a front moving through early Thursday. Good news with this as temperatures will be above freezing, so the type of precipitation will be rain. Some heavy and widespread rainfall likely starting later Wednesday through early Thursday afternoon. Highs will drop to the 40s and 50s Thursday afternoon with a breezy northerly wind. Friday morning will be the coldest morning in the forecast at 32 degrees, but all precipitation will have ended by then.
EXTENDED: A cool and mostly sunny weekend with another front possible by Sunday to drop highs into next week.
Have a great Monday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.