LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -The weather pattern the next few days will be very unsettled. Our forecast the next few days will be constantly evolving with temperatures and precipitation chances hinging on the remnants of Tropical Storm Sergio in the Pacific.
Clouds continue tonight with a few light showers and isolated thunderstorms possible mainly after midnight. Low temperatures will be warmer with readings in the 40’s and 50’s for lows.
Friday should be warmer, but clouds and a few showers and thunderstorms remain possible across the area. Highs should rebound into the 60’s and 70’s for one brief day.
Rain is likely late Friday night through Saturday morning. Locally heavy rainfall is possible Saturday morning. This may create localized flooding across the area.
Latest computer model runs are still advertising a very strong cold front over the weekend.
Depending on the model of choice, highs are ranging from 50's to 70's for Lubbock Saturday. Sergio will have an impact on this forecast. Rain chances are highest south of Lubbock and locally heavy rainfall is possible too. This has not changed since the last update.
Sunday turns windy and colder with a chance of rain. It will likely be a chilly rain event with models showing highs in the 40's and 50's.
30's are expected for overnight lows Sunday night with a few showers possible.
Models are still advertising unseasonably cold weather Monday with wintry showers possible. A light wintry mix is possible with highs in the 30’s and 40’s. Freezing rain is possible north and west of Lubbock and could include the local area if models trend colder.