Lubbock has a mild climate with predominately warm days and cool nights throughout the year. Summers are hot with relatively low humidity, while winters are typically sunny and mild with infrequent, extended cold periods. Lubbock sits 3,200 ft. above sea level, making it comfortable year round.

Summer – low-90s
Winter – mid-50s
Average annual precipitation – 18.69 in
Wettest month – June = 2.98 in. (average)

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Transportation

The transportation infrastructure that converges in Lubbock establishes it as a “Hub City.” Lubbock is home to the Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport, which provides major carrier service across the country and around the world. More than 60 commercial arrivals and departures take place each day serving 1.2 million travelers annually. Major interstates and highways, including Interstate 27, connect the city to two major east-west Interstate systems: Interstate 20 and Interstate 40. Lubbock is located on the main line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway that connects the city to major metropolitan areas of the Central and Western United States.

Culture & Attractions

Lubbock’s vibrant art scene includes festivals, shows, performances and exhibitions throughout the year. From art galleries to music to dance, Lubbock’s art culture is thriving.

Real Estate

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