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Last Map Update: Sun, Mar. 24, 2019 at 3:17:28 pm CDT

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Possible morning fog mainly east of Lubbock, then sunny Monday and Tuesday. Continued mild temperatures with highs in the 60s to near 70. Overnight lows in the 30s or 40s. Winds remaining relativly light.
Mostly clear and cool overnight with lows in the 30s or 40s.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX14:53Mostly Cloudy10703426ESE 3-30.06
Childress TX14:53Clear10704236NE 7-30.04
Plainview TX14:55Clear10623535WNW 5-30.07
Hereford TX14:55Clear7623941CALM-30.09
Clovis NM14:5610653330VRB 5-30.09
Tucumcari NM14:53Clear10653431VRB 3-30.04
Amarillo TX14:53Clear10593641E 7-30.08
Dalhart TX14:53Clear10613740SE 7G18-30.09
Pampa TX14:55Clear10623739NE 5-30.08
Altus OK14:55Clear10714641NNE 7-30.04
Vernon TX14:55Clear10705048NNE 8-30.03
Abilene TX14:52Mostly Clear10815439S 12-30.00
Sweetwater TX14:55Clear10804226SW 12G18-30.04
Big Springs TX14:55Clear10783722W 8-30.05
Midland TX14:53Clear10812914WSW 13G26-30.04
Hobbs NM14:50Clear1077159WSW 15-30.07
Carlsbad NM14:53Clear10792211WSW 18G28-30.02
Albuquerque NM14:52Mostly Clear10612323W 12-30.16
Dallas/Fort Worth TX14:53Mostly Cloudy10816049S 12-29.96
Houston TX14:53Mostly Cloudy10786666SSE 13-30.07
Austin TX14:53Mostly Cloudy10786462S 8-30.03

Local Weather History For March 24th...
1962 (23rd-24th): A severe dust storm dropped visibility to near zero over much of West Texas thanks to intense westerly
wind gusts between 60 and 85 mph. The KLVT radio station in Levelland recorded the highest gust in the state during this
event at 85 mph. Damage was confined mostly to signs, roofs, utility lines, and fences, however cotton trailers were
overturned and damaged at Seminole. Big Spring reported gusts to 78 mph which was the strongest dust storm there since
1955. The dust was swept deep into South Texas.