THIS AFTERNOON: Ahead of a cold front it's warmed nicely, into the 70s with even 80s south of Lubbock. That front will move across the area tonight, making tomorrow a little bit cooler.
TONIGHT: Low near 36, mostly clear. Fog may develop in the morning. Wind NE 5-10mph.
TOMORROW: Mostly sunny, high 63. Wind NE/SE 5-12mph.
STORM CHANCE: An upper-level storm system sliding in from the west will bring a good setup for showers and thunderstorms. We may already have a few showers Wednesday morning. It'll be a mostly cloudy day with the high in the 60s. Storms will first develop in New Mexico, then spread east. It's likely you'll get some rain Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
While severe weather isn't anticipated, strong storms are a possibility, along with heavy rain. Storms should end from west to east early Thursday.
COLDER: Then a strong front will clear the area during the day Thursday. At this point we're showing the high temp in the upper 40s Thursday, but determining the exact high will be tricky. What's more important to note is the temperature will be falling through the day Thursday, likely to near 40 by late in the day. It'll also be windy, making it feel colder.
After this front the temperature will moderate some heading into the weekend.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update here early tomorrow.