One more cool and damp day

Published: Oct. 10, 2022 at 7:38 AM CDT|Updated: Oct. 10, 2022 at 12:42 PM CDT
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LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Rain remains likely across the KCBD viewing area. Some will be heavy and may result in localized flooding. As always, drive to conditions. I’ve included rain totals for the last 7 days near the end of this post.

Spotty showers and a few thunderstorms are likely this morning, with scattered thunderstorms this afternoon and early evening. Some storms may produce heavy rain, localized flooding, pea-size hail, and gusty winds.

Once again, the rain and clouds will keep highs below average. Temperatures will peak around eight to ten degrees below average for the date. Highs generally will range from the upper 60s to low 70s.

Showers will wind down overnight, though a few may linger into early Tuesday.

Lows again will be in the 50s across much of the South and Low Rolling Plains.

Mostly sunny and dry weather will take us through the rest of the work week and into Saturday. Our next chance of rain begins Sunday.

Afternoon temperatures generally will peak in the 70s Tuesday through Friday. Very warm Saturday with highs in the 80s for most of the area.

I expect Lubbock-area lows in the mid-50s Tuesday and Wednesday, then very chilly mid- to upper 40s Thursday and Friday morning.

Keep up with storms and showers with our Interactive Radar here on our Weather Page and in our KCBD Weather App. Keep up with our latest forecast also here on our Weather Page and in our KCBD Weather App. Our Weather app is free from your app/game store.

7-Day Rain Totals

Rainfall totals (in inches) from in and around the KCBD viewing area from last Monday at 10 AM through 10 AM today:

2.93 Denver City

2.64 Seagraves

2.62 Plains

2.20 Seminole

1.84 Sundown

1.63 Welch

1.43 Brownfield

1.42 Levelland

1.35 Anton

1.34 Fluvanna

1.33 Aiken

1.26 Smyer

1.15 South Plains

1.13 Tatum

1.01 Abernathy

1.01 Tahoka

0.97 Reese Center

0.94 Muleshoe

0.88 Floydada

0.86 New Home

0.84 O’Donnell

0.78 Morton

0.75 Wolfforth

0.74 Gail

0.71 Plainview

0.70 Hobbs

0.68 Estelline

0.68 New Deal

0.68 Tulia

0.65 Snyder E

0.61 Dimmitt

0.61 Lamesa

0.60 Paducah

0.59 Quitaque

0.58 Earth

0.58 Lubbock NW

0.58 Ralls

0.58 Turkey

0.56 Olton

0.55 White River Lake

0.54 Hart

0.50 Amherst

0.50 Slaton

0.49 Friona

0.49 Lubbock SE

0.38 Vigo Park

0.36 Lake Alan Henry

0.36 Snyder SW

0.34 Northfield

0.33 Jayton

0.32 McAdoo

0.28 Silverton

0.24 Roaring Springs

0.22 Memphis

0.22 Post

0.20 Spur

0.18 Guthrie

Source: National Weather Service Lubbock and the TTU West Texas Mesonet

Lubbock Climatology

It was a chilly weekend around Lubbock. Saturday’s high was just 59°, which is 19 degrees below the average for the date. Sunday’s high was 63°, 15 degrees below average.

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