Another mild day for the South Plains with highs in the upper 60s and 70s. Mostly sunny with a westerly wind 10-18mph.
TONIGHT: Upper level low pushes into West Texas sending a cold front through our area. This will bring a slim chance for some light rain in our northern counties with less the a tenth of an inch of precipitation. It will bring a strong northerly wind 20-30mph with higher wind gusts by the early morning hours.
TUESDAY: The light precipitation and clouds will clear from west to east through the day. Highs drop to the upper 40s and 50s, the strong wind continues around 20-30mph making it feel colder. Wind speeds start to drop later in the day.
REST OF THE WEEK: Cold start Wednesday morning, then sunshine bringing temperatures up to the mid 50s. Another upper level low brings in another round of cold air for Thursday, plus a chance for more precipitation. This system models are still not in full agreement, but a slim chance for wintry mixture in the morning followed by some isolated showers during the day. Something to keep an eye on next few days, this will clear out with more sunshine Friday.
WEEKEND: Highs quickly on the rise back to the 60s and possible 70s.
Have a great Monday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.