There are some showers moving across the South Plains. It's been a cool day. And, as expected, this has limited the severe weather risk. Here is FOX34 VIPIR:
Showers and possibly a few storms will continue spreading from west to east across parts of the area. The rain should come to an end late tonight.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear, possibly some fog in the morning. Low near 50. Wind N 5-10 mph.
TOMORROW: More sun and a little warmer, but still below the seasonal average. High near 78, wind N/NW 5-12mph. An isolated shower could pop up in the afternoon, but it's a low chance.
LOOKING AHEAD: It'll be back in the mid 80s Wednesday. While much of Texas will get soaking rain, it looks like that will all stay southeast of our area. But there may be enough humidity in place for an isolated shower or storm each day. Right now Thursday looks slightly better for that, but still...our overall forecast is a dry one through this week.
Last week I mentioned the forecast was pretty uncertain but could be wet. Upper lows that cut off from the main flow, like the one crawling across Texas, are tricky to forecast. Now that we're into this week it looks like the low will stay far enough east that our area will stay dry.
It looks warmer and sunny for the weekend.
Have a great rest of your day. And please remember those who died to defend our freedom. It's the reason for today, but is something we should always keep in mind. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.