First days of Winter with highs above average, no snow for Chris

First days of Winter with highs above average, no snow for Christmas

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

After a chilly week of highs in the 40s and 50s, we breached 60s this afternoon. 

TONIGHT: Although it was a warmer day, temperatures will quickly drop since we have a clear sky. Our low (temperatures in the morning if heading to Church) will be nearing 27. Winter season begins at 10:19PM tonight.

SUNDAY: A ridge of high pressure continues pushing over head. This leaves with with a sunny sky and temperatures a few degrees warmer in the mid 60, southwest wind light 10-15mph.

CHRISTMAS WEEK: A low pressure system will push south along the west coast then through the 4-corners region bring them a chance for rain and snow into Christmas. Cloud cover will increase across West Texas, but not precipitation expected. Highs will stay in the upper 50s and 60s through the 24th and 25th. Then another low looks to track behind this on and digging further south. Latest models bring moisture back to the area with a chance for rain starting Friday into early Saturday. Temperatures look to hold above freezing for much of the area, but some snow west and northwest might be possible. A lot of details to work out on this system so stay updated over the next few days.
-Bobby

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