Good news for those of you who are sick of the triple digit heat, cooler temperatures are heading our way for the weekend. The bad news? The "cooler" temperatures just mean slightly below 100-degrees and only if we are lucky.

But first, brutally hot temperatures will be here the rest of the week.

Dangerously HOT Weather This Week

As we close out June, we are doing so in Texas Summer style with temperatures above 100-degrees. Thursday's high in Lubbock is forecasted to be around 101-degrees and on Friday, it will be even warmer with Lubbock forecasted to see a high around 104-degrees. Yeah, it's going to be hot and at 104-degrees, that means that only will it be hot, but it will be dangerously hot for those who are outdoors.

A Cool Down This Weekend In Lubbock?

Is 99-degrees cooler that 100-degrees? I would say so. So those in Lubbock should expect high temperatures in and around Lubbock to be in the upper 90's both Saturday and Sunday according to the National Weather Service.

Early next week we are forecasted to see temperatures return to the low 100's on both Monday and Tuesday.

Welcome to Summer in Lubbock. The good news? Once the sun starts going down, it feels great outside.

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