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Cool temperatures next few days, warmer by the weekend

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Frigid start this morning with single digit wind chills in our area. It will take a while for temperatures to warm up after the sunrises at 7:46a.
Current Temperature

TODAY: Lots of sunshine, but the high about the same as yesterday near 46. The wind will stay light 5-12mph changing to the west through the afternoon.

TONIGHT: Clear and cold again with the low near 21 .

WEDNESDAY: Highs climb to near average in the lower to mid 50s across our area with sunshine continuing.

EXTENDED: A quick disturbance will bring more clouds in our area for Thursday, then sunshine through the weekend. Temperatures will climb to the upper 50s by Friday, with 60s this weekend.

Looking into next week for Christmas... A delightful forecast with no major drop in highs, so 50s and 60s continue. There will be a disturbance moving across our region, but again doesn't look to bring any good chance for precipitation. Still some time for things to change, but we will keep you updated.

Matt with the next update to the forecast tonight on the News at Nine.
-Bobby

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