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Last Map Update: Thu, May. 19, 2022 at 10:05:32 am CDT

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Very hot temperatures are expected today under sunny skies. Southwest breezes will increase during the afternoon resulting in near-critical fire weather conditions.
Another hot, breezy, and bone dry day is ahead to close out the work week.
A polar cold front will arrive on Saturday, with much cooler temperatures to follow thanks to the northerly breeze.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX08:53Clear10715863E 3-29.81
Childress TX08:53Clear10735655SW 5-29.74
Plainview TX09:30Clear10715658S 9-29.79
Hereford TX09:35Clear10715657S 9-29.85
Clovis NM08:56Clear10665669SSE 8-29.90
Tucumcari NM08:53Clear10675156SSW 9-29.85
Amarillo TX08:53Clear10685256SW 8-29.82
Dalhart TX08:53Clear9685358SW 15-29.84
Pampa TX09:35Clear10735553SSW 10-29.80
Altus OK09:35Clear10785849SSW 6-29.73
Vernon TX09:35Clear10836045SE 14G18-29.69
Abilene TX08:52Clear10826047S 18G23-29.76
Sweetwater TX09:35Clear10855333SW 16-29.81
Big Spring TX09:35Clear10835234SSW 16-29.80
Midland TX08:53Clear7775140SW 15-29.82
Hobbs NM08:50Clear10731711S 3-29.86
Carlsbad NM08:53Clear10732013NNE 3-29.83
Albuquerque NM08:52Mostly Clear10682015SSE 8-30.01
Dallas/Fort Worth TX08:53Mostly Clear10766773S 17G25-29.76
Houston TX08:53Mostly Cloudy10817171S 13G23-29.88
Austin TX08:53Mostly Cloudy10786871S 16G29-29.83

Local Weather History For May 19th...
1978: Late this day, tornadic thunderstorms struck portions of Hale, Swisher, Hall, and Cottle Counties. In total, four
tornadoes were sighted; two of which produced damage. The first tornado began at 1623 seven miles west of Edmonson causing
minor damage to fences and trees. The second tornado was brief and touched down just southeast of Kress over open country.
The next tornado occurred near Parnell in eastern Hall County around 1840 and remained over undeveloped land. Ten minutes
later, a separate storm produced a tornado 15 miles east of Paducah blowing a pickup truck 150 yards. This tornado also
broke three light poles and removed the roof from a shed. No injuries resulted from these tornadoes.