Another record day for Lubbock as we beat the old record high by 3 degrees, we made it to 106! We have also had scattered storms develop and is expected to continue through the evening. Heavy downpours, frequent lightning, and higher wind gusts possible with these storms.
Current temperatures and radar below:
TONIGHT: Rain chances diminish after the sunsets, but some isolated showers can't be ruled out. Mostly cloudy and mild again with the lows in the 70s.
WEEKEND: Low rain chances Saturday with a pop-up shower or storm possible. Sunday is looking better for showers and storms especially later Sunday and early Monday. Something to keep in mind is a possible risk for severe storms Sunday afternoon. Temperatures staying high, thankfully not as hot as today with upper 90s and some 100s.
NEXT WEEK: The ridge of high pressure will be across Nevada and Utah bringing a northerly flow aloft in our region. This looks to help highs stay around 10-15 degrees cooler through the week with morning temperatures in the upper 60s. The rain chances diminish after Monday with a mostly sunny week.
Have a great rest of your evening and weekend. Robert will have the latest developments for the News at Nine and through the weekend.