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Last Map Update: Sat, Jan. 29, 2022 at 4:07:42 am CST

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It will be chilly again tonight with mostly clear skies.
Temperatures will climb above seasonal averages on Saturday under breezy west winds and mostly clear skies.

 

 

 

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CST)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Lubbock TX03:53Clear10231159W 912 [WC]30.34
Childress TX03:53Clear10281865W 720 [WC]30.32
Plainview TX03:35Clear10271456W 918 [WC]30.33
Hereford TX03:55Clear10282174W 1217 [WC]30.32
Clovis NM03:56Clear10291863W 1417 [WC]30.34
Tucumcari NM03:53Clear10271150WSW 719 [WC]30.28
Amarillo TX03:53Clear10271457SW 917 [WC]30.27
Dalhart TX03:53Clear10231467W 813 [WC]30.27
Pampa TX03:35Clear10321243W 1022 [WC]30.29
Altus OK03:55Clear10291965N 722 [WC]30.33
Vernon TX03:55Clear10292376W 3-30.34
Abilene TX03:52Clear10341851SSW 827 [WC]30.36
Sweetwater TX03:35Clear10361543SW 1525 [WC]30.40
Big Spring TX03:55Clear10251154SSE 915 [WC]30.41
Midland TX03:53Clear10261356WSW 718 [WC]30.41
Hobbs NM03:55Clear10231262W 1012 [WC]30.39
Carlsbad NM03:53Clear10221162NNW 613 [WC]30.39
Albuquerque NM03:52Clear10271252NNE 520 [WC]30.42
Dallas/Fort Worth TX03:53Clear10342363SW 628 [WC]30.35
Houston TX03:53Clear10362975CALM-30.42
Austin TX03:53Clear10262284CALM-30.43

Local Weather History For January 29th...
1999 (29th-30th): An intense winter storm severely impacted the northwestern South Plains and the extreme southwest
Panhandle on the 29th and 30th. Over a foot of snow fell across parts of Parmer and Bailey Counties, where drifts reached
as high as 6 feet and major highways were closed for hours. Five to seven inches of snow fell in Castro, Swisher, Lamb,
and Cochran Counties. Some of these same areas received significant accumulations of freezing rain. The combined effect of
this storm snapped numerous trees and tree limbs, and caused many thousands of people to lose power (some for more than
two full days). In Swisher County alone, approximately 700 power poles were snapped or brought down due to the weight of
the freezing rain and snow. Thundersnow was also observed during the nighttime hours in Castro County where a rare
cloud-to-ground lightning strike struck a farm house west of Dimmitt damaging the homes phones