Although roads have greatly improved from the icy conditions of yesterday, you still need to plan for extra commute time. A build up of ice and snow for slushy conditions, plus puddles from the melting of this leading to slower than normal driving. Intensity and coverage has diminished in precipitation with this upper level low moving across our area this morning. Current radar below:
TODAY: A little uncertainty with today on how far south the chance for more precipitation pushes. This will be on the back end of this upper level system, mixed precipitation with snow flurries, light freezing rain, and drizzle will be possible. This is especially true for cities north of Lubbock with small amounts of little to no additional amount of accumulation. Clouds may begin to break apart for our southern counties with temperatures warming above freezing. Melting will continue through today.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy with freezing temperatures returning, low near 32. Wind speeds do become breezy from the north-northwest 12-20mph. This will make it feel colder tomorrow morning.
REST OF THE WEEK: Clouds continue to clear with more sunshine and warmer temperatures. 40s and 50s Thursday, then 60s Friday. Wind speeds calm through Thursday. With clouds clearing another night of freezing temperatures expected Friday morning.
EXTENDED: A non-spooky forecast for Halloween as temperatures warm to the 70s with sunshine mixed with high clouds. A dry cold front will drop us back to the 60s for Sunday, and these continue to the start of next week.