A weak front is pushing through West Texas changing the wind to the north.
This will leave our area with a range in highs with 70s possible to our southern counties, 50s and low 60s to our north. High near 66, partly sunny with the wind only 5-15mph.
TONIGHT: Low near 41, light southeast wind and more clouds moving in.
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY: Upper level low off the coast of California will push across Mexico then across our region. Rain chances increase across far west Texas and southeastern New Mexico tonight, then spreads east across the rest of the state. For the South Plains the better chance for rain looks to be Lubbock and locations south with 0.50" to 1.50" of rain possible. Lesser amounts of a tenth to a quarter possible in out northern counties. Temperatures hold above freezing, so expecting only rain. Temperatures drop to the 50s, but sill milder than the drop in highs we have dealt with over the last several weeks.
EXTENDED: Rain chances diminish through Wednesday with more sunshine returning for the rest of the week. Another cold front move through later Thursday to drop highs a few degrees Friday. This weekend another upper level system kicks up wind speeds and may bring a chance for rain Sunday.
Have a great Monday! Matt will bring the latest updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine