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Last Map Update: Sat, Dec. 14, 2019 at 12:34:26 am CST

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A quiet night is ahead weather wise, with a few clouds possible in the northeastern Rolling Plains. Winds will become light and variable overnight as well.
A beautiful weekend is on tap starting on Saturday, as temperatures will be mild under plentiful sunshine. Winds will be out of the south at around 5-15 mph.
Beautiful weather continues into Sunday, along with temperatures that will be a little warmer than Saturday.

 

 

 

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CST)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Lubbock TX23:53Mostly Clear10412450NNW 935 [WC]29.92
Childress TX23:53Clear10412757N 835 [WC]29.92
Plainview TX23:55Clear10392657NE 833 [WC]29.93
Hereford TX23:55Clear7392967ENE 634 [WC]29.95
Clovis NM23:56Clear10392249NNW 1032 [WC]29.95
Tucumcari NM23:53Partly Cloudy10452443NE 940 [WC]29.94
Amarillo TX23:53Clear10382661ENE 931 [WC]29.94
Dalhart TX23:53Clear10412042NE 1333 [WC]29.96
Pampa TX23:55Clear10422856N 737 [WC]29.96
Altus OK23:55Clear10413679CALM-29.94
Vernon TX23:55Clear10433777N 838 [WC]29.91
Abilene TX23:52Clear10483662SSE 5-29.88
Sweetwater TX23:55Clear10533243WSW 8-29.91
Big Springs TX23:55Clear10473358SW 3-29.93
Midland TX23:53Clear10503147NNW 6-29.95
Hobbs NM23:55Clear10482439WSW 844 [WC]29.96
Carlsbad NM23:53Clear10533448NW 3-29.95
Albuquerque NM23:52Mostly Cloudy10402554CALM-30.01
Dallas/Fort Worth TX23:53Haze6464182CALM-29.85
Houston TX23:53Clear10524680NNW 3-29.87
Austin TX23:53Partly Cloudy10444085CALM-29.88

Local Weather History For December 13th...
1992 (13th-14th): A vigorous upper-level storm moved over western Texas during the evening of the 13th. The storm produced
heavy snow in a swath from the mountains of the Big Bend north-northeastward to the South Plains. Between five and seven
inches of snow was reported across the South Plains and Permian Basin. Several traffic accidents resulted from the
hazardous driving conditions, but no casualties were directly attributable to the weather.