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Last Map Update: Sun, May. 26, 2019 at 12:54:43 am CDT

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Severe weather is expected again on Sunday. High winds, very big hail and tornadoes will all be possible....flooding, too. Have multiple ways to receive weather alerts. Be weather ready.
A Flood Watch is in effect for most of the South Plains regions through 7 am Sunday. Repeated rounds of thunderstorms will continue to produce heavy rain for parts of the watch, focused over the central South Plains and northern Rolling Plains. This rain will fall on locations that have already received several inches of rain, which will only exacerbate any ongoing flooding. Additional rain totals of 1-3"+ will be possible through the late evening and overnight hours.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX23:53Clear9716581S 13-29.96
Childress TX23:53Clear10716684ESE 10-29.94
Plainview TX00:35Clear10676489S 9-29.96
Hereford TX00:35Clear10696588S 15G20-29.98
Clovis NM23:56Clear10676490S 9-30.00
Tucumcari NM23:53Clear10696380S 14-29.91
Amarillo TX23:53Clear10686383S 14-29.96
Dalhart TX23:53Clear10635883SE 10-29.97
Pampa TX00:35Partly Cloudy10646293E 10-29.99
Altus OK00:35Clear10706688ESE 12-29.96
Vernon TX00:3510706688SE 15-29.95
Abilene TX23:52Clear10776976SSE 21G29-29.93
Sweetwater TX00:35Clear10766569SSE 25G36-29.95
Big Springs TX21:10Lightning Observed7776566SE 32G39-29.89
Midland TX23:53Clear10746573SSE 16-29.94
Hobbs NM00:35Clear10686077S 10-29.98
Carlsbad NM23:53Clear10736165SSE 14-29.93
Albuquerque NM23:52Clear10621717ESE 9-30.01
Dallas/Fort Worth TX23:53Mostly Cloudy10806662S 10-30.00
Houston TX23:53Mostly Clear10787590SSE 7-30.04
Austin TX23:53Partly Cloudy10777078SSE 10-30.01

Local Weather History For May 25th...
1965: A strong tornado swirled through Motley County late this afternoon tearing down fences, splintering and uprooting
mesquite trees, but fortunately missed houses and farm buildings. This tornado traveled across Farm-to-Market Road 684
about 5.5 miles west of Roaring Springs as moved in a northerly direction. As the tornado crossed US Highway 70 west of
Matador, it finally retreated back into the clouds. Additional storms late this day produced hailstorms in Crosbyton and
Memphis where a combined $350,000 in damage. The hail in Crosbyton was described as very hard as golf ball size stones
bounced off pavement and into nearby windows shattering the glass. Storm doors and windows on the south side of numerous
residences were shattered. Mr. Percy Carr was struck on the head by a hailstone and required stitches to close a gash. A
hailswath measuring 20x3 miles struck Memphis causing $250,000 in damage to property. Some hailstones in Memphis reached
two inches in diameter and a portion of young crops in the area was lost.