THIS AFTERNOON: It's really heated up over most of the area, we've reached 100 in Lubbock. But it's not as hot to the northeast, around Silverton, Matador and Paducah. That's thanks to a front that's basically stalled in the area.
There also have been a few isolated showers and storms. As expected, these don't last long and don't produce much rain. They do kick up the wind a bit. Coverage of these storms should drop even lower later tonight.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, possibly some fog developing by morning. Low 64. There still could be some gusty wind all the way through morning. Away from these gusts the wind will be ESE 10-15mph.
TOMORROW: There's a better chance for storms than today, but still probably won't be everyone getting rain. Support for storms looks better tomorrow than today. And there could severe storms as well, with the main risks being strong wind and hail.
Not as hot tomorrow, high near 88. Wind E/SE 10-18mph.
LOOKING AHEAD: Sunny and back in the 90s Thursday and Friday, maybe an isolated storm each day. Then the pattern will change a bit to support storms starting late this weekend. It lines up with what we usually see around Memorial Day. The storm chance looks a little better Sunday.
It also won't be as hot, with the high dropping back to the 80s starting Sunday.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update posted here early tomorrow.