Freezing drizzle possible this evening, warmer Wednesday

Freezing drizzle possible this evening, warmer Wednesday
KCBD First Alert Weather Forecast 2/11/2019

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -A strong low pressure system will track across New Mexico and the Panhandle region tonight.

Locally, it appears we will miss the brunt of this storm system. There is a chance of snow across New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle region tonight.

Clouds continue for the Lubbock and South Plains region. Areas of freezing fog and freezing drizzle are possible through the overnight hours. A few snowflakes may mix in with light drizzle, mainly northwest of Lubbock towards Muleshoe and Clovis, New Mexico.

After midnight, winds should become southwest. This will help us dry out quickly. Low temperatures end up in the lower to middle 20’s for the Lubbock area.

Wind chill values drop into the teens overnight.

Partly sunny skies are in the forecast Wednesday. Very dry air replaces the moisture we have seen the past two days. Highs end up in the upper 40’s to lower 50’s. Winds become west at 15 to 25 mph with higher gusts possible.

Gusty southerly winds are expected Thursday with temperatures climbing into the lower and middle 60’s. Southerly winds increase to 15 to 25 mph Thursday afternoon.

A couple of showers and isolated thunderstorms are possible Friday night through Saturday morning.

John's Tuesday Evening First Alert Forecast

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