LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Fog is already making a return to the South Plains this evening, a few hours ahead of schedule. It will be dense in places, and just about everyone will see it, except for our northwestern areas like Muleshoe and Friona.
The fog will stick around through mid-morning Sunday before it is supposed to burn off. Once it does, we may not see a lot of sun like we did on Saturday, but we should still see some and get up to a high around 60.
Models continue to try to break out some showers in the afternoon.
While a chance, the better and more widespread chances of rain will happen in the evening. We’ll be looking for a line of showers and thunderstorms to develop in the central South Plains and then move east.
Right now, these are expected to remain below severe limits, but we’ll monitor that. If you find yourself underneath these, there could be some heavy rain involved. These will sweep across the area before finally departing to the easy during the early morning hours of Monday. Unfortunately, most areas near the New Mexico-Texas stateline should remain dry.
After those showers leave, we look to remain dry most of the next week although a few storm systems will get close enough that we’ll be keeping an eye on them. Our next best chance at rain doesn’t arrive until next weekend.