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update 10:04 p.m. - A severe thunderstorm watch is in place until 2 a.m. Central for the SW South Plains and Southeastern New Mexico. That said, storms have been weakening over the past hour as they approach Tatum and Lovington. Storms are moving NW to SE.
There still could be some strong wind gusts. The better chance for storms is still over the western South Plains. Hopefully locations that missed the rain last night will get some rain tonight.
THIS AFTERNOON: Scattered storms have developed over Colorado and New Mexico. A severe thunderstorm watch is in place through this evening across New Mexico. Storms will spread to the southeast, but it doesn't look as likely that storms will move all across our area.
THIS EVENING: Some thunder storms are possible, with storms more likely over the western South Plains, near the state line. Also, we do not anticipate the same intensity of storms as last night, when we had multiple gusts clocked above 70mph. Overall, coverage should remain lower tonight. But I wouldn't complain if more spots picked up rain than our forecast.
TOMORROW: Another day that won't be too hot, high near 86. Wind E/SE 10-16mph. Slight chance for a storm late.
LOOKING AHEAD: It'll trend a little hotter late this week, but not terrible for late June. There may be a few nighttime storms Friday and Saturday. It should turn a little bit hotter next week.
Have a great rest of your day. We'll keep an eye on storms tonight, Bobby will have a full update here tomorrow morning.