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      From Storm Search 7 Chief Meteorologist Steve Kersh:

      TONIGHT - Increasing Clouds w/ Isolated Showers/T-Storms after Midnight.

      Low: 53

      Wind: S 5-15 mph

      WEDNESDAY - Mostly Cloudy/Cloudy w/ Isolated Showers & T-Storms

      High: 75

      Wind: S/SE 5-15 mph

      WEDNESDAY NIGHT - Mostly Cloudy/Cloudy w/ Isolated Showers & T-Storms

      Low: 52

      Wind: Light & Variable

      THURSDAY - Mostly Cloudy/Cloudy w/ Isolated Showers & T-Storms

      High: 70

      Wind: Light & Variable

      EXTENDED FORECAST - Unfortunately (if you want rain), the upper-level storm system that is headed our way will pass us by to the southwest and end up in northern Mexico. The end result? Fewer shower and t-storm chances for our area. Granted, Eastern New Mexico and the southwestern TX Panhandle has the best rain chances with lesser rain chances elsewhere. A cold front moving north to south through the area on Friday will bring us rain chances from north to south and will end up down around Lubbock/Midland/Wichita Falls by Friday night. The weekend looks warm and dry....and so does next week with upper-level high pressure overhead and rain chances staying away.

      For more weather information, you can follow me on Twitter at @SteveKersh7 or on Facebook at StormSearch7ChiefMeteorologistSteveKersh.

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