Less rain with more heat this week - FOX34 Lubbock

Less rain with more heat this week

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Parts of our area picked up some good rain from the storms last night/early morning. Here are some of the rain totals as of 7am below from the Tech Mesonet:
White River Lake: 1.71"
Happy 1.67"
Spur 1.63"
Guthrie 1.62"
Paducah 1.08"
O'Donnell 1.08"
Lubbock Airport 1.06"
Seagraves 0.93"
Snyder 0.92"
Reese Center 0.89"
Seminole 0.84"
Colorado City 0.67"
Amherst 0.62"
Tatum, NM 0.56"
Ralls 0.55"
Fluvanna 0.51"

TODAY: Morning showers will diminish then a chance for isolated afternoon storms. Less coverage than last night with a few locations picking up additional rain. Current radar below:
South Plains Radar

Temperatures will be warming to near 90 with a partly sunny sky. Wind speeds staying light 5-12mph changing from the northeast to more easterly.

TONIGHT: Any showers or storms looks to diminish as the sunsets with a mostly clear sky overnight. Low temperatures will be like this morning with 60s and low 70s.

REST OF WEEK: Low chances for any more rain in our area, besides the possibility for storms to move out of New Mexico into our northwestern counties late Tuesday. This is a slim chance and doesn't look to bring much if anything to our area. Temperatures will climb quickly as a ridge of high pressure builds with triple digit heat returning.

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

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