Yesterday's temperature of 98° is the highest Lubbock has climbed so far this year. Temperatures will be a little lower over the next few days. Mid 90s today and tomorrow, low 90s beyond that. Here's a look at our current temperatures across the area:
Last night's storms dumped some pretty good rain in our northwestern counties. Only a handful of locations received any, so count yourself lucky if you did. Here's a look at some of the 24 hour totals (up to 5 a.m. today) from the West Texas Mesonet:
Today and tomorrow have about a 10% chance of rain, primarily in our northern counties once again. Each afternoon through Monday then has about a 20% chance of rain as a cold front stalls out to the north of Lubbock. Again, our northern counties will have the best chance of seeing some rain.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Curry and Roosevelt Counties that will be in effect from noon through late tonight, for the possibility of heavy rainfall.
I'll have the hour-by-hour forecast this morning on Good Day Lubbock, and Rudy will have the full update this afternoon. Happy Hump Day!