LUBBOCK, Texas — KAMC Meteorologist Shelby Mac has today’s forecast. Sponsored by J Ferg Pros.
Today: Another sunny day is in the forecast with temperatures that are more typical for the beginning of October. The afternoon high will be a few degrees cooler than yesterday as we reach 81°.
Tonight: Mostly clear skies will last through our night tonight with just a few clouds passing through. The evening low will be a bit chilly as it nears 56°.
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny skies will last through our afternoon tomorrow but heat will pick up by about ten degrees from today. Our afternoon high will feel more like summer as we get close to 90°.
A gorgeous fall day is ahead of us across the South Plains with temperatures in the lower 80’s, which is typical for this time of year. However, the more mild highs won’t last much longer as temperatures increase by ten degrees from today to tomorrow. We will have our hottest day of the week by Saturday as we reach the lower 90’s, just in time for Texas Tech to take on TCU.
This morning is feeling very similar to what we have seen for the beginning of the week but highs will stay just a bit cooler than yesterday. A few passing clouds will move in through the afternoon and last through the night. Rain will stay to the west of us and we may see just a few sprinkles closer to Tatum and Dora.
A mild fall day today will be followed by a heat up by tomorrow. Temperatures will rise by about ten degrees from the lower 80’s to the lower 90’s by tomorrow afternoon. It will be a great day to go outside and enjoy the cooler highs because once we heat up, we won’t see a cool down until at least Sunday. This is when a cool front will move through and bring us windy conditions, and cooler temperatures.
Sunny skies will last through our afternoon with highs getting into the lower 80’s after a chilly morning. We will have highs more typical for this time of year for today before more heat is on the way tomorrow. Highs will escalate by Thursday as we get into the upper 80’s. A cool front will slide in by Sunday which will bring cooler air and breezy conditions to the South Plains by Saturday night and last into Sunday.
Have a great afternoon!
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