Isolated storms possible today, triple digits rest of the week - FOX34 Lubbock

Isolated storms possible today, triple digits rest of the week

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Parts of the area picked up rain yesterday and through this morning. Here are the the rain totals as of 7am from the Tech Mesonet:
Plainview 0.72"
Ralls 0.69"
Caprock Canyon SP 0.41"
Turkey 0.25"
Tulia 0.21"
Silverton 0.18"
Paducah 0.14"
Floydada 0.12"

CURRENT RADAR:
South Plains Radar

TODAY: Isolated storms possible again late this afternoon and this evening developing near the state line. Although isolated, strong to severe development could occur with high wind gusts and near 1 inch hail. Another hot one with highs around 100 and southerly wind 10-18mph.

TONIGHT: Rain chances look to diminish after the sunsets with a partly cloudy sky. Another mild morning with lows in the lower to mid 70s.

REST OF WEEK: Hot days continue with triple digit highs and near record highs by Friday. An isolated shower or storm can't be ruled out, but no promising rain chances.

WEEKEND: A change in the forecast possible as we get into next week with a cold front. This may bring some rain in the area starting Saturday before temperatures look to drop. Still some details on the timing and strength of this front, but highs in the 80s may be possible into next week.

Have a great Tuesday! Matt will have the next look at the possible cool down tonight on the News at Nine.
-Bobby

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