Calmer days ahead after windy Saturday

KCBD Weather at 6 for Nov. 30

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Most of the South Plains was under a wind advisory Saturday, but winds should be dying down after 7 p.m.

After the windy day, in which numerous locations saw wind gusts of 60mph or more, the next few days will be calm weather-wise.

Wind Advisory remains in effect until 7pm. Strongest of the winds are done, but can still expect some stronger gusts through sunset. Winds won't be an issue for tomorrow and sunny skies will prevail.

Posted by KCBD NewsChannel 11 on Saturday, November 30, 2019

All the significant weather systems will be moving off well to our north for the next week, so that will mean consistent temperatures, no good precipitation chances, and also, no days where wind is going to play a big factor.

Expect a high temperature of 56 Sunday in the Hub City and about 62 to start your work week after the holiday.

Here is what happens when the winds are gusty in Lubbock. Power lines blow down on top of sheds. Sheds blow up against...

Posted by Lubbock Fire Department on Saturday, November 30, 2019

Many people will be returning to the South Plains Sunday after spending the holiday away, and the day is looking great for travel across our entire region.

Further out, the eastern United States and the Northern Plains will be having some issues. Even if you aren’t coming from those areas, air travel delays can sometimes trickle down and still affect the hubs like DFW.

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