Today’s weather: A little less, but still...

Published: Jun. 14, 2022 at 7:05 AM CDT|Updated: Jun. 14, 2022 at 12:37 PM CDT
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LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - This afternoon will not be as hot or as windy as yesterday. Still, it will be hot and somewhat breezy. In the days ahead there will be a little less heat and a little less wind.

Today will not be as hot or as windy as yesterday. Today still will be, however, hot and windy.
Today will not be as hot or as windy as yesterday. Today still will be, however, hot and windy.(KCBD First Alert)

Details for today include a mostly sunny sky. Less dust than yesterday, but at least patchy blowing dust is possible. After morning wind speeds of 15 to 25 mph and gusts around 35 mph, afternoon winds will generally range from about 10 to 20 mph with gusts around 25 mph. Viewing area highs from the upper 90s to the low 100s (102°, +/- 1°).

In this heat, know and watch for the signs of heat illness.
In this heat, know and watch for the signs of heat illness.(KCBD First Alert)

Storm and rain chances remain slim. Once again, a few spotty storms may pop up late this afternoon over the western KCBD viewing area. The potential for measurable rainfall is low, very low. If storms develop, as they die down there may be very strong wind gusts in the vicinity.

Weather tomorrow will be a near repeat of today.

In the days ahead there will be a little less heat and a little less wind.
In the days ahead there will be a little less heat and a little less wind.(KCBD First Alert)

My forecast for Thursday and Friday trims both our highs and wind speeds just a smidge.

This weekend I’m trimming another smidge from the heat and wind.

Peak sustained wind speeds indicated. At times, sustained winds will be lower. At times, gusts...
Peak sustained wind speeds indicated. At times, sustained winds will be lower. At times, gusts above the sustained speeds are likely.(KCBD First Alert)

Tropical Depression Two-E formed early today over the eastern Pacific Ocean just off the coast of southern Mexico. It has already strengthened into a Tropical Storm, the second of the season. It’s been given the name Blas, and is forecast to become a hurricane sometime tomorrow. It’s forecast movement, to the west-northwest, means for us - at most - some high clouds overhead.

UPDATE: Tropical Depression Two-E formed early today and already has strengthened into Tropical...
UPDATE: Tropical Depression Two-E formed early today and already has strengthened into Tropical Storm Blas. See today's post for the forecast.(KCBD First Alert)

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