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Last Map Update: Thu, Nov. 26, 2020 at 9:38:27 am CST

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Your Thanksgiving weather menu includes a fantastically warm and sunny main course. Happy Thanksgiving, y'all!
Temperatures will be a touch cooler tonight following a cold front Thursday evening.

 

 

 

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CST)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Lubbock TX08:53Partly Cloudy10412552WSW 935 [WC]29.96
Childress TX08:53Clear10483049SW 6-29.92
Plainview TX09:15Clear10442344W 1037 [WC]29.95
Hereford TX09:15Clear7412859NW 537 [WC]29.97
Clovis NM08:56Clear10441936W 1437 [WC]29.98
Tucumcari NM08:53Clear10432548N 838 [WC]29.97
Amarillo TX08:53Clear10402452NW 1033 [WC]29.93
Dalhart TX08:53Clear10372972NNW 1428 [WC]29.95
Pampa TX09:15Clear10383071WNW 1628 [WC]29.91
Altus OK09:15Clear10453568SE 940 [WC]29.95
Vernon TX09:15Clear10483766S 943 [WC]29.95
Abilene TX08:52Clear10573848S 15G24-29.99
Sweetwater TX09:15Clear10573950S 16-30.02
Big Spring TX09:15Clear10542836SW 8-30.02
Midland TX08:53Clear10532533SSW 12-30.01
Hobbs NM08:50Clear10462339SSW 941 [WC]30.00
Carlsbad NM08:53Clear10542633NW 10-30.00
Albuquerque NM08:52Mostly Clear10331853N 627 [WC]30.07
Dallas/Fort Worth TX08:53Partly Cloudy10514271SE 8-30.04
Houston TX08:53Mostly Cloudy10615067ENE 7-30.07
Austin TX08:53Mostly Clear10584459CALM-30.06

Local Weather History For November 26th...
2015 (26th-28th): Behind a sharp cold front that ignited a few strong thunderstorms late in the afternoon on Thanksgiving
Day, freezing rain and freezing drizzle developed from late in the evening while continuing on and off through Saturday
the 28th. The brunt of the ice fell on Black Friday which dealt a heavy blow to area merchants expecting strong holiday
sales. The worst ice accumulations of 1/2" to 1" fell in a swath from just east of Crosbyton northeast to
Matador, Paducah and Childress. This ice was aided by elevated thunderstorms with heavy icing rates on the evening of the
27th. Thousands of residents in Motlecy, Dickens, Cottle, and Childress Counties were without power for up to three days
due to about 100 miles of failed utility lines and 90 fallen power poles. Scores of vehicle accidents, mostly minor, were
common especially on Lubbock overpasses where around 1/4" of ice accumulated.