Record cold continues Monday

Updated: Feb. 14, 2021 at 11:46 PM CST
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LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - A record low temperature Monday morning may be followed by more record lows in the days ahead.

There will also be extremely cold wind chills Monday morning through mid-day. A Wind Chill Warning is in effect until noon CST.

Icy and snow-packed road conditions exist this morning and may continue into Tuesday.

Although there may be some sunshine Monday afternoon, temperatures only will peak in the teens across the KCBD viewing area.

By Tuesday evening, another round of snow is likely across the South Plains. Best potential will be Lubbock north into the Texas Panhandle. Accumulations in Lubbock may be another one or two inches Tuesday through Wednesday.

Extremely cold arctic air will keep its grip on the South Plains through Wednesday; however, it looks like we have a warming trend starting very slowly Thursday and Friday.

We may see temperatures above freezing on Thursday afternoon.

By Friday, temperatures should be in the 50s and continue to warm into the 50s over next weekend with plenty of sunshine.

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