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The risk for severe storms pushes east today, strong wind for our area

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Unlike yesterday we have clear sky to start the day. Wind speeds will increase through the morning 20-30mph from the west-northwest. This will stick around through much of the afternoon before calming tonight, high near 79. On the back end of a upper level low there might be some isolated showers that might make it into our area this afternoon. It doesn't look promising for precipitation even if it reaches the ground.
Current Wind

SEVERE WEATHER: To our east this upper level low brings severe weather with large hail, damaging wind, and the risk for tornadoes. Here is this mornings Storm Prediction Centers out look putting a bulls-eye across northeast Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas.

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TONIGHT: Wind speeds calm tonight with lows in the 40s and low 50s.

THURSDAY: A nice warm up with 80s across our area, but wind speeds climb again 15-25mph from the southwest.

WEEKEND: A cold front move through our area dropping highs in the upper 70s Friday. Then another push of cooler air move in early Saturday, this will drop highs to the upper 60s lower 70s. A quick turn around Sunday with highs climbing back to the lower 80s. Overall a quiet and sunny weekend.

NEXT WEEK: Temperatures continue to climb with 90s forecast to start next week. Another front looks to drop highs a little by mid week.

Have a great Wednesday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.
-Bobby

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