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Last Map Update: Thu, Jan. 19, 2017 at 11:42:06 pm CST

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The Panhandle wind machine will be back in full swing on Friday. We will see winds increase early on in the day as a lee side low moves into southwestern Kansas. This will help our sustained winds across the southwestern Texas Panhandle reach into the 25 to 35 MPH range with gusts approaching 50 MPH. Loose outdoor items could be blow around and driving could become difficult for high profile vehicles.
We could see the return of rain across most of the Panhandles during the day Saturday as another low pressure system moves across the Panhandles. Our daytime chances are low (in the 20% range), but they will be on the rise overnight. We will also be dealing with overnight temperatures near the freezing mark which could allow the rain to change over to a mix of rain or snow to a full change over to snow. As of right now, our snow amounts are expected to be less than 1/2 an inch.

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