Gloomy and cold day, with increasing rain chances - FOX34 Lubbock

Gloomy and cold day, with increasing rain chances

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Upper level system pushes east across our area lifting Pacific moisture and bring a chance for wide spread rain fall. Expect rain to increase from west to east after lunch time and continue into early Wednesday. This activity will stay light with rainfall totals a tenth to quarter of an inch likely for our area.

Current radar below:
South Plains Radar

It will be a cloudy and cold day with the high near 46, also the southerly wind will increase 10-20mph making it feel colder.

TONIGHT: Rain chances diminish by the morning with a cloudy sky. Low near 37, south wind changing southwest and staying a light breeze 10-18mph.

REST OF WEEK: A cool day with diminishing cloud cover, high near 60 Wednesday. A weak front brings a northwest west wind 10-18mph. Then second front will bring the chilly temperatures back for the rest of the week. We stay dry with more sunshine for the rest of the week.

WEEKEND: Highs will continue to climb to the 60s with cold morning as dry air stays in place.

Have a great Tuesday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.

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