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Last Map Update: Tue, Dec. 6, 2022 at 9:21:03 pm CST

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Showers are expected to develop late tonight over the southern parts of the area, with patchy dense fog along and east of the edge of the Caprock. Lows will be very mild in the 40s and 50s.
More widespread rainfall is expected on Wednesday, especially across the Rolling Plains. A few embedded thunderstorms and brief downpours are also possible.
Here's a look at possible rainfall totals through Thursday morning. In general, the largest totals are expected across the Rolling Plains.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX20:53Mostly Cloudy10574359S 6-30.01
Childress TX20:53Clear10464079E 543 [WC]30.04
Plainview TX20:50Clear10493866CALM-30.01
Hereford TX20:50Clear10453669SW 741 [WC]30.03
Clovis NM20:56Clear10473768WNW 644 [WC]30.05
Tucumcari NM20:53Clear10542937WSW 16-29.99
Amarillo TX20:53Clear10443776SE 839 [WC]30.00
Dalhart TX20:53Clear10402657ESE 933 [WC]30.00
Pampa TX20:55Clear10423370SSE 1235 [WC]30.01
Altus OK20:55Clear10464082ENE 642 [WC]30.06
Vernon TX20:55Clear10484690ENE 7-30.04
Abilene TX20:52Mostly Cloudy10675872S 10-30.00
Sweetwater TX20:55Clear10665669S 10-30.04
Big Spring TX20:50Partly Cloudy10625678SSE 12-30.03
Midland TX20:53Overcast10635780S 7-30.04
Hobbs NM20:55Clear10554466SSW 9-30.04
Carlsbad NM20:53Clear10604149WSW 8-30.02
Albuquerque NM20:52Mostly Cloudy10483458N 844 [WC]30.07
Dallas/Fort Worth TX20:53Mostly Cloudy10645777NNE 5-29.97
Houston TX20:53Mostly Cloudy10737090S 5-30.06
Austin TX20:53Mostly Cloudy10736987S 7-30.01

Local Weather History For December 6th...
1960 (6th-10th): Multiple rounds of snow, at times heavy, accumulated to as much as 13 inches in parts of Yoakum County
ahead of a slow-moving winter storm. As the storm system drew closer, the layer of cold air aloft was replaced by warmer
air resulting in a fierce ice storm that isolated many rural residents of West Texas, particularly in the Trans-Pecos
where ice accumulated to circumferences of 4.5 inches on tree limbs. Many exposed surfaces were covered in nearly two
inches of ice! In the vicinity of Plains, between 400 and 800 power poles were snapped resulting in up to $10,000 of
damage. About 1,000 power poles were toppled in Bailey County. Archived records revealed conditions were quite windy
during the ice storm resulting in even greater stress on outdoor structures.