THIS AFTERNOON: It's reached in the mid 50s in Lubbock, with the snow on the ground slowly melting away as well as evaporating. But it's still a bit colder, in the 40s, southwest of Lubbock, where the heavier snow fell. Elsewhere in the region, once again, it's warmer than our city.
The next cold front is moving across the Rockies. Overall, we'll have more cool and quiet weather next several days.
TONIGHT: Not as cold as last few nights, low near 29. Wind picking up by sunrise.
TOMORROW: Cold front will move through in the morning, with the wind strongest late morning to early afternoon, NE/N 12-28mph.
LOOKING AHEAD: A few more fronts will move through, keeping it near or slightly below the seasonal average high temp. MLK Day looks a little bit milder.
An upper-level storm system moving this way by the middle of next week brings a slight chance for showers, which could include wintry precitpitation.
Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.