Storms in the area next few days - FOX34 Lubbock

Storms in the area next few days

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Some good changes for the area with a chance for rain next few days. Today looks to be the best chance for storms developing near the Texas/New Mexico border along the dryline. This activity will begin around 3-4P, then pushes east and southeast diminishing before midnight. Unfortunately not all locations will get rain, some may pick up a quarter to half of an inch in the stronger storms. Good news is the risk for any severe storms is low with high wind gusts possible. Current radar below:
South Plains Radar

TODAY: High near 93, southerly wind will be gusty increasing 15-22mph in the afternoon.

TONIGHT: After rain chances diminish we will have a partly cloudy sky with lows in the upper 60s and low 70s again.

THURSDAY: Wind speeds calm some and temperatures climb to the mid 90s. The dryline looks to set around the I-27 corridor where another chance for isolated showers and storms develop. As of now it doesn't look like as great of a chance, but a few areas may pick up some additional rain.

EXTENDED: A cold front will help sharpen the dryline to continue a shot of storms on Friday. Then a ridge of High pressure builds to our west and things look to dry out this weekend. Temperatures drop down to the lower 90s Friday and Saturday, then climb to the upper 90s to start next week.

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

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