THIS AFTERNOON: It's warmed up nicely, into the 80s across most of the South Plains. It's reached 90 in the southeastern Panhandle and northern Rolling Plains. The most active weather is in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic today. We are watching an upper-level low parked off the California coast. Overall, things will stay pretty quiet here.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear, low near 54. Wind W/NW 5-12mph.
TOMORROW: Warm and mostly sunny, high near 87. 90s off of the Caprock from Spur up to Paducah. Wind W 10-18mph.
COOLER DAYS: A cold front will knock about 20 to 25 degrees off the high from tomorrow to Thursday. It'll be breezy early Thursday, mostly cloudy in the afternoon, high mid 60s.
Friday will be a little bit cooler with a chance for some rain or a weak thunderstorm.
WEEKEND: Another upper-level disturbance will bring a chance for a shower or storm on Saturday. Both Friday and Saturday the number of showers shouldn't be too great...not all of us in the area will get rain. Saturday should make it into the 70s.
NEXT WEEK: Longer-range guidance is pointing to a strong cold front late Sunday, making it much colder Monday and Tuesday.
Have a great rest of your day and stay safe. I'll see you from the home office tonight on the News at Nine. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here tomorrow morning.