It will be another frigid morning for the South Plains. Winter has returned, at least through Wednesday.
Lows will fall to the teens in Muleshoe to near 20 in Lubbock and 20s through the remainder of the South Plains. A light dusting of a wintry mix may impact Lubbock early Wednesday, but travel problems, if any, will be very isolated.
Areas to the south from Seminole east to Snyder and south to San Angelo may have some glazing of bridges and overpasses Wednesday am.
The afternoon will slowly modify, but temps will remain about 20 degrees below normal as highs only make it to the low 40s in the city.
Sun will return to the area during the afternoon and lead to warmer afternoons through Sunday. In fact, it will be in the 70s through west Texas by Friday.
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