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Last Map Update: Tue, Aug. 3, 2021 at 5:21:53 am CDT

National Weather Service Pueblo, CONational Weather Service Amarillo, TXNational Weather Service Norman, OK
National Weather Service Albuquerque, NMZoom

National Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, TX
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Mostly clear skies and light winds will provide a fine evening and cool night (by early August standards). Lows will be primarily in the upper 50s and lower 60s, or around 10 degrees below average.
Tuesday will provide another great summer day, complete with light winds and below average temperatures. Highs will be primarily in the middle to upper 80s.
Temperatures will continue to below seasonal averages tonight with a slight chance of rain showers in the southwestern Texas Panhandle.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX04:53Clear10615272CALM-30.18
Childress TX04:53Clear10645674NNW 5-30.13
Plainview TX04:35Clear10585383CALM-30.18
Hereford TX04:35Clear10565183WNW 3-30.23
Clovis NM04:5610565183WNW 3-30.23
Tucumcari NM04:53Clear10645060SSW 5-30.18
Amarillo TX04:53Clear10594866SSW 9-30.18
Dalhart TX04:53Mostly Clear8565390SSW 6-30.22
Pampa TX04:35Clear10605583W 5-30.19
Altus OK04:55Mist5615889N 6-30.11
Vernon TX04:55Clear7646294NNW 3-30.09
Abilene TX04:52Mist6615786CALM-30.10
Sweetwater TX04:35Clear10645264NNW 3-30.15
Big Spring TX04:35Clear10645779CALM-30.14
Midland TX04:53Clear7636090CALM-30.14
Hobbs NM04:55Mostly Clear10605787CALM-30.20
Carlsbad NM04:53Clear8656290CALM-30.16
Albuquerque NM04:52Mostly Cloudy10695662N 5-30.25
Dallas/Fort Worth TX04:53Mostly Cloudy7767081NW 5-29.99
Houston TX04:53Mostly Cloudy10787590CALM-29.93
Austin TX04:53Overcast107474100CALM-29.97

Local Weather History For August 3rd...
1962: Two brothers, ages 11 and 9, were struck and killed by lightning this afternoon 12 miles southwest of Brownfield.
The boys were running through an open field to seek shelter in their farm home during a violent electrical storm. Another
boy survived, but suffered minor injuries from the lightning.