This morning is around 20 degrees colder than yesterday morning, much of our area below freezing.
We also had some light mixed precipitation over night with rain, sleet, and light snow. Current radar below:
TODAY: The chances for any more wintry precipitation decreases this morning, then cloud cover breaks apart this afternoon. High near 50, northeast wind becomes southeast and stays around 8-18mph.
TONIGHT: Starting this evening the chance for light rain, then mixed precipitation moves in from the west. This will likely turn to snow in the morning hours with trace amounts likely for Lubbock and up to 0.5 to 1 inch in some of our northern counties. Low near 31, will feel colder with a southeast wind 10-18mph.
TUESDAY: Light snow possible through early afternoon before clearing out, but staying cloudy and cold with the high near 48.
EXTENDED: Cold again Wednesday morning, then milder temperatures. Highs quickly climb to the 70s by Thursday with strong wind speeds back. Another cold front drop highs to end the week down to the lower 60s, with lows staying above freezing. Wind speeds pick up Saturday with temperatures climbing through the weekend. There might be some rain in our area Sunday.
Have a great Monday and stay warm! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.