LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Overnight a band of moderate snow moved from northwest to southeast across the South and Low Rolling Plains. Snow amounts, however, were limited due to the band's rapid speed. Much of the KCBD viewing received at least a dusting of snow. The Lubbock airport reported 0.3 of an inch. A few areas received around a half-inch, with the greatest amounts over the northwest viewing area where around to a little over one inch was reported.
There are a few school delays over the northwest KCBD viewing area, where the heaviest snowfall occurred. For the latest reports check out our home page, kcbd.com. On our Weather page you'll find regional road condition phone numbers and links as well as local airline information phone numbers and links. These include the LIA Arrivals and Departures Board and an interactive Flight Delays Map.
Be particularly careful on bridges, overpasses, decks - any raised surface where cold air can circulate underneath. The reported low at the Lubbock airport was 11° - the coldest since last December (12/6/11) when the low was 9°. For December 10 Lubbock's average low is 28° and the average high is 55°. The records for the date are a low of 5° in 1917 and a high of 81° in 1933.
The rest of today mostly fair and cold - morning lows in the single digits and teens with wind chills running 5 to 10 degrees lower - afternoon highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. Winds early will be from the northwest, and late from the southwest at 5 to 15 mph.
Tonight mostly clear and cold - Tuesday morning lows generally in the teens on the Caprock, low 20s off of the Caprock.
The remainder of the work/school week our mornings and afternoons will gradually warm. See our forecast on our Weather page (kcbd.com/weather) for more. Watch for another cold front and a slight chance of precipitation late in the week.