Record warm temperatures are possible for today - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/30/10

Record warm temperatures are possible for today

LUBBOCK, TX(KCBD)- On this Tuesday morning conditions are expected to be fair and breezy, with cool temperatures. By noon skies will be mostly sunny and hot with a record high possible. The record high for today is 90 degrees, recorded in 1946. With the setting sun, skies will remain mostly fair and breezy.

For Wednesday's forecast skies will again be mostly sunny, with windy conditions and hot afternoon temperatures. 

By Thursday skies will be cloudy, with a windy afternoon and warm temperatures.

Friday's forecast has a slight chance of rain/ thunderstorms with windy afternoon hours, and much cooler temperatures.

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