LUBBOCK, Texas — Tomorrow will start off mild with temperatures into the 60s. We’re watching a cold front that will slide into West Texas tomorrow, however, tomorrow’s high temperatures are strongly dependent upon the timing of this front. If the front doesn’t arrive until the evening then our high temperatures will reach the 80s, but if the front moves faster and arrives during the afternoon then our high temperatures have the possibility of only getting into the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Along with the cold front tomorrow, we’ll be watching for some strong to severe storms to develop tomorrow evening mainly after 6 PM. All of the South Plains and Rolling Plains are in a slight risk for severe weather tomorrow. This means that areas in this risk could see large hail, damaging winds, localized flooding, and an isolated tornado or two possible. You’ll want to stay weather aware tomorrow evening as the timing looks to be after work.
After tomorrow, we have on and off chances for isolated to scattered rain over the next week. Temperatures all week look to fluctuate between the 70s and 80s as well.
-Meteorologist Kellianne Klass
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