Storms cleared our area last night leaving us with some good rain totals in parts of our area. Here are some of the totals from the Tech Mesonet:
Lubbock Airport 0.42"
Near Tech 0.36"
THIS MORNING: Dense Fog Advisory for our north and northeastern counties until 10a. If you plan on getting out and find yourself in low visibility: slow down, leave extra space between vehicles, and use your normal headlights not high beams.
TODAY: High near 85, with a dryline to our west and a stalled front in the area we may get another round of storms. Expecting more of isolated storms unlike yesterdays clusters of storms. If these storms can develop it will be later this afternoon and evening moving again from our west. Some may become strong even severe level like yesterday with hail and high wind possible.
TONIGHT: Low near 59, storms likely ending shortly after sunset, then another chance for fog in the morning hours.
WEDNESDAY: Likely becoming a active day with better coverage of strong and severe storms. The dryline will be something we will be watching very closely as this will be where the storms will likely blow up. For now from I-27 and areas east have the better chances for more rain and severe storms with large hail and high wind gusts likely, the possibility of a tornado can't be ruled out. Below is the Storm Prediction Centers outlook for tomorrow with the greater risk in our far eastern counties into Childress and Oklahoma.
High near 89, southwest wind looks to become breezy 12-22mph.
EXTENDED: A lower chance for rain to end this week with highs in the lower 90s. This weekend a cold front will drop highs to the lower to mid 80s, with a shot for more showers and storms starting late Friday and Saturday.
Have a great Tuesday! Matt will have the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.