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Last Map Update: Fri, Apr. 23, 2021 at 6:01:27 am CDT

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Isolated thunderstorms will be possible across the northeastern Rolling Plains this afternoon and evening. A strong wind gust up to 50 mph will be possible. The threat for strong to possibly low-end severe thunderstorms will be limited in both space and time as storms form and quickly move eastward.
Clouds will quickly decrease from west-to-east late this morning and into the early afternoon hours. Winds will gradually shift to the west and increase to around 20-25 mph with localized gusts to 30 mph. Elevated to near-critical fire weather conditions will be possible as breezy west winds combine with low relative humidity. Isolated thunderstorms will be possible across the northeastern Rolling Plains this afternoon and evening, with a low chance for an isolated strong wind gust up to 50 mph.
A weak cold front will move southward across the region tonight with winds shifting to the north in its wake at around 10-20 mph beneath a clear sky.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX04:53Overcast10575180S 22G28-29.77
Childress TX05:33Mist2 1/2525092SE 10-29.79
Plainview TX05:35Overcast10534984SSW 17G24-29.77
Hereford TX05:35Overcast7524987SW 8-29.78
Clovis NM04:56Clear9424195S 737 [WC]29.79
Tucumcari NM04:53Clear10554261W 13-29.71
Amarillo TX04:53Mostly Clear10514785S 21-29.74
Dalhart TX05:42Mist33838100WSW 633 [WC]29.77
Pampa TX05:35Mist5494794SSW 3-29.79
Altus OK05:35Overcast10534984SE 13G20-29.83
Vernon TX05:35Overcast5555394SE 9-29.83
Abilene TX04:52Overcast8595793SSE 9-29.82
Sweetwater TX05:35Overcast35858100SSE 12G17-29.82
Big Spring TX05:35Overcast10625886S 13-29.79
Midland TX04:53Overcast9615683S 15-29.78
Hobbs NM05:15Overcast10555187S 14-29.80
Carlsbad NM05:28Partly Cloudy10484692SE 6-29.78
Albuquerque NM04:52Overcast1053815CALM-29.85
Dallas/Fort Worth TX04:53Overcast10615477S 9-29.87
Houston TX05:10Overcast7666493SSE 7-29.90
Austin TX04:53Overcast7656496ESE 5-29.88

Local Weather History For April 23rd...
1980: An intense upper air cyclone drew closer to West Texas this afternoon resulting in several strong storms from the
northern TX Panhandle south to the Permian Basin. In the South Plains, nearly four inches of rain fell in less than one
hour in Tahoka causing flash flooding. Some cars were stranded under some of the HWY 87 overpasses requiring high-water
rescues. Water was reported in one home and some residences.