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Last Map Update: Tue, Apr. 20, 2021 at 1:48:23 pm CDT

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A much cooler day can be expected after a cold front moved through early this morning. Winds will decrease during the afternoon with skies becoming mostly sunny.
Even colder temperatures are expected tonight as skies clear out. Near record or record low temperatures are possible.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX12:53Partly Cloudy10452341NE 17G2837 [WC]30.24
Childress TX12:53Mostly Cloudy10452443NNE 15G3138 [WC]30.29
Plainview TX13:15Clear10442038N 24G3234 [WC]30.23
Hereford TX13:15Clear7451936NNE 17G2637 [WC]30.27
Clovis NM12:56Clear10431836NE 17G2835 [WC]30.26
Tucumcari NM12:53Partly Cloudy10432039NE 18G2834 [WC]30.26
Amarillo TX12:53Partly Cloudy10412144N 16G2532 [WC]30.25
Dalhart TX12:53Clear10411737N 18G2532 [WC]30.26
Pampa TX13:15Clear10431836NNE 21G2634 [WC]30.26
Altus OK13:15Mostly Cloudy10492741N 22G2941 [WC]30.30
Vernon TX13:15Overcast10472846N 20G3039 [WC]30.29
Abilene TX12:52Clear10513145N 22G32-30.21
Sweetwater TX13:15Clear10492741N 22G3042 [WC]30.24
Big Spring TX13:15Overcast10472644NNE 24G3038 [WC]30.22
Midland TX12:53Clear9502740N 23G3143 [WC]30.22
Hobbs NM12:50Mostly Cloudy10462339NE 16G2839 [WC]30.24
Carlsbad NM12:53Clear10492640N 12G2344 [WC]30.24
Albuquerque NM12:52Mostly Clear10591618N 12G23-30.07
Dallas/Fort Worth TX12:53Mostly Clear10583745N 23G30-30.12
Houston TX12:53Clear10794429W 8-30.02
Austin TX12:53Mostly Clear10764432VRB 3-30.02

Local Weather History For April 20th...
1989: A high-based thunderstorm moved southeast across Lubbock County late this afternoon accompanied by intense
microbursts, frequent lightning and hail as large as golf balls. As this storm entered the northwest city limits of
Lubbock, an off-duty National Weather Service meteorologist estimated winds of 60 mph associated with a microburst. Along
with the wind, 0.5 inch diameter hail fell for 20 minutes; however, very little rain accompanied this storm. This hail
then grew to golf balls near Avenue U and 50th Street. This storm continued into Lynn County where additional microbursts
overturned two loaded cotton trailers in the town of ODonnell. By far the most significant storm this day developed in
Briscoe County before moving into northwest Motley County and producing particularly intense microburst winds