THIS AFTERNOON: It's another hot day, with 90s and 100s around our area. It's a little less hot over the Panhandle, with 80s. A cold front will move across the area tonight, kicking up the north wind. Along that front there is a risk for severe storms in eastern Oklahoma and points east.
TONIGHT: Becoming windy and cooler, low near 54. Wind N/NE 20-30mph with gusts over 40mph. Some dust may get kicked up by the wind.
TOMORROW: High near 78, sunny. The NE wind will be breezy early, but will diminish through the afternoon and become more easterly.
NEXT FEW DAYS: The one hot day, after today, this week will be Thursday in the mid to upper 90s. Other than that, it won't be too bad. In fact, the average high tomorrow is 81, by the weekend it's 83. We'll have several days below average through early next week.
A dry line will likely mix well east of Lubbock Thursday afternoon, with the potential for a few strong storms to its east in the hot and humid air. But this chance for storms may stay east of U.S. 83.
There may be a few showers or storms farther west, across our area, Sunday and Monday. But it's too far away for anything promising.
Have a great rest of the day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.