Slow warming trend next few days

Slow warming trend next few days

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

COLD MORNING: It was a frigid start, 4 degrees in Lubbock. That's the coldest mark at the airport in just over a year. The wind chill dropped well below 0 around most of our area.

Here are some other lows from the Texas Tech Mesonet:

Aiken 0
Happy 0
Muleshoe 0
Silverton 0
Tulia 0
Earth 1
Floydada 1
Ralls 1
Roaring Springs 1
Wolfforth 1
Abernathy 2
Hart 2
Levelland 2
Plainview 2
Reese Center 2
Sundown 2
Tahoka 2
White River Lake 2
Amherst 3
Anton 3
Fluvanna 3
Gail 3
New Home 3
Olton 3
Paducah 3

Since then it's stayed cold, only climbing to the upper teens to mid 20s, despite lots of sun.

TONIGHT: Clear and cold, low near 8. The wind chill at times will go below 0.

low temp forecast

SUNNY DAYS: It'll be a slow climb on the temperature. Sunny, high near 31 tomorrow.

forecast high temp

It should finally go above freezing Wednesday morning, with a high near 49. The weekend looks warmer, back to the upper 50s to mid 60s. Average high this time of year is 53.

Nothing too eventful, no sign of rain or snow any time soon.

7-day forecast?

Have a great rest of your New Year's Day. Whitney will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.
-Matt
 

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