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Last Map Update: Mon, May. 25, 2020 at 4:31:28 pm CDT

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An early morning cold front and a developing upper level low pressure system will lead to a cool and unsettled day, with showers and thunderstorms developing during the afternoon and evening. A few stronger storms could have hail close to an inch diameter. Temperatures this Memorial day will range from 15 to 20 degrees below normal.
A few strong or severe thunderstorms may develop later today, with hail approaching an inch diameter.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible tonight and a few could be strong to severe. Relatively cool with overnight lows ranging from the mid 40s to the mid 50s.
Becoming partly cloudy Tuesday with relatively cool afternoon highs.

 

 

 

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CDT)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Lubbock TX15:53Mostly Cloudy10705151NE 14G21-29.95
Childress TX15:53Overcast10725657NNE 14-29.91
Plainview TX15:55Overcast10664852N 17G23-29.97
Hereford TX15:55Light Rain10575386NNE 15-30.05
Clovis NM15:56Light Rain10545086NE 21G24-30.05
Tucumcari NM15:53Overcast10704540NE 15G22-30.00
Amarillo TX15:53Overcast10614759N 17-30.02
Dalhart TX15:53Mostly Cloudy10674240NNE 18G28-30.02
Pampa TX15:55Overcast10645162NNE 17G22-29.99
Altus OK15:55Mostly Cloudy10715966N 13G20-29.89
Vernon TX15:55Mostly Cloudy10726168N 14-29.88
Abilene TX15:52Mostly Cloudy10775648N 13-29.86
Sweetwater TX15:55Mostly Cloudy10775343NNE 12-29.91
Big Spring TX15:55Overcast10715557NE 9-29.91
Midland TX15:53Overcast10715454NNE 17-29.92
Hobbs NM15:50Overcast10684645NNE 12G21-29.98
Carlsbad NM15:53Overcast10724842NE 15-29.96
Albuquerque NM15:52Partly Cloudy10703426VRB 5-30.02
Dallas/Fort Worth TX15:53Rain \ Mist6666596N 17-29.75
Houston TX15:53Mostly Cloudy10836656W 8-29.77
Austin TX15:53Mostly Cloudy10746778NE 8-29.79

Local Weather History For May 25th...
1965: A strong tornado swirled through Motley County late this afternoon tearing down fences, splintering and uprooting
mesquite trees, but fortunately missed houses and farm buildings. This tornado traveled across Farm-to-Market Road 684
about 5.5 miles west of Roaring Springs as moved in a northerly direction. As the tornado crossed US Highway 70 west of
Matador, it finally retreated back into the clouds. Additional storms late this day produced hailstorms in Crosbyton and
Memphis where a combined $350,000 in damage. The hail in Crosbyton was described as very hard as golf ball size stones
bounced off pavement and into nearby windows shattering the glass. Storm doors and windows on the south side of numerous
residences were shattered. Mr. Percy Carr was struck on the head by a hailstone and required stitches to close a gash. A
hailswath measuring 20x3 miles struck Memphis causing $250,000 in damage to property. Some hailstones in Memphis reached
two inches in diameter and a portion of young crops in the area was lost.