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Expect another cold Tuesday with a chance of morning snow

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Another round of wintry weather to begin our Tuesday, then a warming trend tomorrow and through the week.

With lows dipping to the teens in most areas it will be cold Tuesday morning. Some snow, possibly an inch or so for portions of the region Tuesday morning, ending by noon in the central areas.

The low for Lubbock, 15 and a high of 35 as some sun returns late in the day.

Wednesday will finally bring sun and highs in the 50s.

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