Temperatures are around 15 degree colder than yesterday morning with 20s common. Thankfully wind speeds are calmer than yesterday, but still makes it feel like we are in the teens. It will take a little bit for temperatures to warm but afternoon temperatures will be in the 50s. 54 the high for Lubbock with the light wind changing northeasterly.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear then low clouds and possible freezing fog by the start of the morning, mainly to our eastern counties. Lows in the 20s with a light east/southeast wind.
FRIDAY: Clouds and possible fog diminishes through the morning, then mostly sunny and a chilly day with the high nearing 47.
SNOW THIS WEEKEND: A upper level system as of now in the Pacific ocean will move inland digging across the Rockies then moves across our region. Saturday will start off dry then the chance for light showers increases late afternoon and evening hours. As temperatures drop below freezing and the upper level system moves into our area, snow is expected to spread. This will likely continue through early Sunday before clearing southeast. Some possible travel issues into Sunday morning with possible accumulation amount 1-3 inches, some higher amount to 6" can't be ruled out for spots. Still may have changes over the next day or two on amounts, but timing is pretty clear. Highs continue to drop with Sundays high just a few degrees above freezing, plus it will be breezy making it feel colder.
NEXT WEEK: More sunshine expected next week and temperatures will start off very cold Monday morning with teens. We gradually warm with mid 50s returning by Wednesday.
-Meteorologist Bobby Johnston