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Last Map Update: Sat, Jan. 18, 2020 at 1:08:27 pm CST

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National Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TX
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The entire region will see plenty of sunshine today, but it will still be cool behind an early day cold front. The northerly winds will help keep highs down in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
Skies will be mostly clear tonight as winds shift back to the southeast but remain light. Temperatures will bottom out in the 20s area wide.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX11:53Mostly Clear10442648NE 1636 [WC]30.43
Childress TX11:53Clear10462543NE 13G2040 [WC]30.46
Plainview TX12:35Clear10432038ENE 12G1836 [WC]30.42
Hereford TX12:35Clear7431531NE 937 [WC]30.44
Clovis NM11:56Clear10391842NE 1430 [WC]30.45
Tucumcari NM11:53Clear10401332E 1033 [WC]30.43
Amarillo TX11:53Clear10421127NNE 20G2633 [WC]30.41
Dalhart TX11:53Clear10391232ENE 932 [WC]30.44
Pampa TX12:35Clear10441024NNE 16G2336 [WC]30.41
Altus OK12:35Clear10491929NNE 29G3540 [WC]30.43
Vernon TX12:35Clear10492436NNE 15G2243 [WC]30.44
Abilene TX11:52Clear10482436N 20G2540 [WC]30.42
Sweetwater TX12:35Clear10473051N 14G2341 [WC]30.43
Big Springs TX12:35Clear10483253NE 20G2341 [WC]30.40
Midland TX11:53Clear10532939NNE 21-30.41
Hobbs NM11:50Clear10501727NE 14G2244 [WC]30.44
Carlsbad NM11:53Clear10522028VRB 6-30.43
Albuquerque NM11:52Mostly Cloudy10361236N 929 [WC]30.43
Dallas/Fort Worth TX11:53Mostly Clear10534163NNW 20-30.31
Houston TX11:53Overcast10736678CALM-30.17
Austin TX11:53Mostly Cloudy10675054N 15-30.23

Local Weather History For January 18th...
1990 (18th-19th): A large storm system that dumped nearly one foot of snow in the northwest Texas Panhandle produced a
sleet storm over the South Plains. Patchy glazed roads from the 18th through early morning on the 19th resulted in a
number of mostly minor traffic accidents. However, a slick Loop 289 in east Lubbock contributed to the death of a truck
driver whose tractor-semi trailer skidded off an overpass before falling 30 feet to the pavement below. The greatest
benefit of the sleet was that it melted to a liquid equivalent of one inch or more...the first precipitation of any
consequence in over four months.