Expect increasing clouds overnight and temperatures dropping near freezing across a majority of the areal. New Mexico is seeing some decent snowfall as some moisture moves across the state. That moisture is expected to move across our area. While it will most likely fall as showers, the possibility for a few snowflakes or some freezing rain exists across a few areas, most likely in the northern half of the viewing area. Despite all this, only 30% of the area is forecast to see rainfall/snow overnight and rain into Saturday afternoon.

TONIGHT: Increasing clouds and some isolated showers, a few of which may bring some snowflakes or bouts of freezing rain. Overall coverage is fairly low. Low of 32°, NNE 10-15 
SATURDAY: Light mix during the a.m. hours, but isolated showers by the afternoon. High of 41°, N 5-10.

Lubbock 7-day forecast

Another cold front moves through Sunday, and all of next week will be cold. The warmest day will be Tuesday where we reach 60° briefly in the afternoon. Every night will be below freezing, some days breezy, and not really a great chance for rain or snow.