Thanksgiving Week Forecast
LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Afternoons will be warming slightly across the South Plains as Thanksgiving approaches. Our weather will be mild for the season the next three days. The next cold front, however, is expected early Thanksgiving.
Seasonably pleasant conditions return this afternoon. It will be sunny, wind will be light, and it will be warmer. Highs today will range from the mid-50s to near 60 degrees. Nearly ten degrees warmer than yesterday afternoon.
Tuesday begins cold with lows below freezing and wind chills in the Lubbock area in the teens. Not much different from this morning.
Both Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons will be a little warmer. I expect Lubbock area highs in the low 60s. Wind again will be light tomorrow, but will pick up to breezy Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday morning, Thanksgiving, a cold front will sweep across West Texas. Based on today’s data, I expect a drop of about ten degrees in our high from Wednesday to Thursday. It will be at least somewhat windy, adding quite a chill to the air. Precipitation looks unlikely.
Guidance is not, however, solidly in the “Thanksgiving will be dry” camp. For detailed information about our precipitation, temperature, and wind outlook, see our Hourly and 10-Day forecasts here on our Weather Page and in our FREE KCBD Weather app.
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