We've had a strong north wind all day, at times above 30mph with stronger gusts. The clouds have cleared out late this afternoon and it'll stay clear tonight. There was some snow in the eastern Panhandle and some mixed wintry precip over part of the northern Rolling Plains, off to the northeast of Lubbock. The storm system is now moving across Oklahoma.
TONIGHT: Clear, low near 25. Wind N/NW 5-15mph. There might be some fog in the morning, more likely to the east and northeast of Lubbock.
TOMORROW: Sunny, high near 53, which is a few degrees below the seasonal average. Wind NE/E 5-12mph.
NEXT STORM SYSTEM: An upper-level disturbance may bring some showers to our area Thursday. At this point some light snow is possible Thursday morning. This doesn't look like anything major. In fact, there's a good chance many of us won't get any precipitation. We'll start with clouds Thursday morning, with some sun by the afternoon. It'll be another cold day, barely reaching 40.
WARMING TREND: Friday will still fall below the seasonal average, followed by weekend days well above that mark. In fact, it should be up near 70 on Super Bowl Sunday. The next front is expected to make it colder Tuesday.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast posted here early tomorrow.