Cold front has moved through our area and bringing big changes for today. The wind has already increased from the north and will stay strong 25-35mph with gust to 45mph. A Wind Advisory is in place until 3PM for our area.
Cloudy sky through the day with some light drizzle maybe freezing drizzle, but no ice expected to accumulate. This light drizzle will come to an end in the early afternoon hours. Temperatures will continue dropping and staying in the 30s through this afternoon. Wind chills will be in the 20s, so bundle up before heading out... or stay indoors if you are off on the Veterans Day.
TONIGHT: Cloud cover decreasing from north to south leaving us with a clear sky overnight. Wind speed will drop off to 5-15mph changing northwesterly in the early morning. Very cold night with new record lows possible. Low near 16, with Lubbock record at 19 set back in 2014. Please bring your pets inside!
TUESDAY: Sunshine with dry air as dew points will be in the single digits and teens. High near 45, west/southwest wind staying light 5-15mph.
EXTENDED: Lots of sunshine for the rest of the week. Temperatures quickly warm to the 60s Wednesday, then a weak front drops us down to the 50s to end the work week. The weekend looks nice with more clouds Sunday.
Thank you to all the Veterans who served our country! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.