Happy Monday! We start this week with a cold front pushing through our area. Northerly wind will stay steady 12-20mph. Temperatures will range with 60s north to 80s south, Lubbock near 72. As we get into the daytime heating 3-5PM storms are expected to develop near the front. Movement of these storms will be west to east. Severe storms possible with large hail greater than 1", some higher wind gusts, frequent lightning (important if any evening plans like outdoor sports), and possible downpours with localized flooding.
As of 10:15a here is the Storm Prediction Centers outlook highlighting most of our area within the potential risks mentioned above. Also, current radar can be found here: http://www.fox34.com/app/weather/radar_splains.jpg
Severe storms may continue a little after the sunsets, but it looks to quiet down before midnight with mostly cloudy conditions overnight. Temperatures cooler in the morning with 40s and 50s, plus the northerly wind continues 10-20mph for a steady breeze.
Extended: Cloud cover diminishes Tuesday and temperatures remain cooler, but we will warm to near seasonal temperatures rest of the week. Model guidance this morning was hinting a dryline with possible storms by Friday, then hotter this Mothers Day weekend.