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Heat Building and Strong to Severe Storms

A building ridge of high pressure will produce possible record heat and extremely humid conditions over the next several days. The summer heat wave is already present in the south Plains, will expand across the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast and then shift into the Desert Southwest. Meanwhile, a cold front may trigger strong to severe storms w/ heavy rain from the Great Lakes to the south-central Plains Read More >

 

The material presented here is collected and compiled by local National Weather Service offices. The reports below contain all of the severe and/or significant weather events known to have occurred within the Amarillo, Texas area of responsibility. These reports are compiled over a 60-day period, so the latest months will not be available.

These reports are preliminary, unofficial, and uncertified. For official certified reports, please refer to the publication Storm Data: a publication produced by the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, NC. Copies can be obtained from the National Center for Environmental Information (NCEI) by calling (704) 271-4800 or by e-mail to orders@ncdc.noaa.gov.

 

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