Dense Fog Advisory in place for Lubbock and the surrounding counties until 9am. Visibility overnight has dropped to less than a mile, so use these fog safety guidelines:
-Give extra time on your morning commute and drive slower.
-Use your normal headlights, not high beams.
-While driving in traffic leave extra space between you and the car in front of you.
TODAY: A cold front is moving through the area and some showers may develop this morning as the front lifts the moisture. The wind will shift to the north/northeast but staying light 5-15mph. It will stay chilly thought the day with the high near 56. On and off showers and sprinkles will be possible with a mostly cloudy sky. Current Radar:
TONIGHT: A cluster of showers will move east out of New Mexico this evening and bring a good chance for rain across much of our area. This may bring a quarter of an inch with some locations up to a half an inch in rain. Temperatures may drop below freezing for a short period in our northwestern counties with mixed precipitation possible. Low near 34 in Lubbock.
FRIDAY: The high near 50, with the chance for rain diminishing through the morning. Mostly cloudy early, then breaking up during the afternoon.
WEEKEND: Cold morning with lows near or below freezing, but afternoons will warm to the 60s with lots of sunshine.
NEXT WEEK: Monday will be nice just becoming breezy ahead our next cold front. This will drop temperatures in the 50s and 40s into mid week. There might be a chance for precipitation into mid to late week.
Have a great Thursday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.