Strong to severe storms expected this afternoon

Strong to severe storms expected this afternoon

Thursday's forecast calls for a high of 78 with a low of 59.

The National Weather Service predicts a fairly dry week, but conditions may change by the weekend. The Lubbock metro area is included in the Freeze Warning.

We'll be tracking a strong cold front approaching eastern Carolina from the west Sunday night.

On Monday, a Pacific storm tracking towards the Great Basin will produce gusty southwesterly winds across all of Arizona.

A Red Flag Warning remains in effect until 7:00 PM CDT for Borden, Dawson, Gaines and Scurry County.

Then, rain showers and more thunderstorms increase as we head into late Saturday night and early Sunday morning.

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We'll have sunshine Monday with afternoon temperatures in the upper 30s followed by mid 40s Tuesday.

BOZEMAN: Low: 36, High: 56. Lows will warm into the middle 50s for Tuesday morning.

Another cold front will arrive Friday, but it does look capable much rain across the area. Because of the expected progression of this line of storms in the Sunday morning hours, the system may lose some ability to maintain its organization, and some (but not complete) weakening is possible.

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Columbia and Charleston have a slight chance of severe weather, but Greenville and other upstate counties have only a marginal chance of experiencing it. Check back with us for updates! Moderate stage drought conditions remain in place across the far southwestern portions of the South Plains. The forecast calls for mostly clear skies with an overnight low around 48 degrees. The system will clip the southern half of our area. Lows around 68. Wind S 10-20 miles per hour.

Severe weather quickly pushes offshore on Sunday evening and quiet, cooler weather filters in tonight. Northwesterly wind in the morning will shift to the southwest in the afternoon 5-10 miles per hour.