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MORE STORMS: It's another day with slow-moving storms producing heavy rain and lightning. But like the past several days, not everyone is getting the rain. Some of these storms will drop a quick 1/2" to 1" in less than an hour. We should see storms begin to fade after sunset. There are storms across Eastern New Mexico. With a good SE wind at the surface and just above the ground...it may be enough to keep storms going well into the night. We'll keep a slight chance for thunderstorms tonight, low near 70.

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Lubbock's low Sunday was 67, high 95. Averages are 68/93. Sunset is at 8:47, sunrise 7:01 Monday.

MONDAY: The pattern won't change much. It'll be warm with clouds increasing through the day. By the afternoon some storms should again develop. At this point it looks like these will develop over the western South Plains and build east. Once again locally heavy rain is possible.

High on Monday near 94, wind S-SE 7-15mph.

WARMING TREND: The rain chance is a little lower Tuesday, though a few storms are still possible...high near 96. Upper-level high pressure will build back this way from the southwest. This means it'll get hotter with lots of sun and a lower chance for rain. We're forecasting the upper 90s Wednesday through Friday. We've yet to hit 100 this year at the airport. It'll be possible at some point this week. The high temp may drop by a degree or two next weekend, but it looks like the big heat ridge will still be somewhere close by. No major changes in store here for the next week to 10 days.

 
 
 


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-Matt