Located on the South Plains of West Texas, Lubbock has long been known as the “Hub City.” The nickname is related to Lubbock’s accessible location on the crossroads of Interstate 27 and four major U.S. highways. Lubbock is in the central time zone and is equal distance to both coasts, allowing for ease of U.S. distribution. Within the city, you will find a well-planned transportation network with an average commute time of 16 minutes.
Distance from Lubbock to Major Cities
|Albuquerque, New Mexico||321||516|
|Amarillo, Texas (I-40)||121||194|
|Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas||322||518|
|Midland/Odessa, Texas (I-20)||119||191|
|New York City||1,794||2887|
|Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||351||564|
This information was generated by the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance.
With an average of 265 days of sunshine per year, Lubbock is the perfect place to soak up some Vitamin D while experiencing all the city has to offer. Lubbock’s mild climate provides the city with predominantly 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. The summer temperature maintains the low-90s, while the winter temperature dips into the mid-50s. Lubbock sits 3,200 ft. above sea level, making it comfortable year round. With an average of only 60 days of rain, the average annual precipitation is 18.69 inches. If you are looking for outdoor summer activities in June, make sure to check the weather first; as it is the wettest month in Lubbock with an average of 2.98 inches of precipitation.