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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul. 3, 2022 at 12:48:42 pm CDT

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Mostly sunny through early afternoon, then shower and thunderstorm chances increase going into the mid afternoon and evening hours. Strong downburst winds, and localized heavy rain will be possible with storms today.
Independence Day will be hot with mostly sunny skies and breezy southerly winds. Temperatures will cool into the 80s by sunset for any firework viewing. Mother Nature may provide her own fireworks show across the western South Plains and southwestern Texas Panhandle as isolated thunderstorms develop during the evening hours.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX11:53Mostly Clear10885836S 9G18-30.09
Childress TX11:53Clear10926338SSW 893 [HI]30.02
Plainview TX12:15Clear10885633SSW 9-30.09
Hereford TX12:15Clear10915226S 14G17-30.11
Clovis NM11:56Clear10885431SSE 13G21-30.13
Tucumcari NM11:53Mostly Cloudy10885735SSW 7-30.07
Amarillo TX11:53Mostly Clear10836147SSE 9-30.09
Dalhart TX11:53Clear10895936S 18-30.09
Pampa TX12:15Partly Cloudy10946133S 1295 [HI]30.08
Altus OK12:15Clear10966232SSE 796 [HI]30.01
Vernon TX12:15Clear10966232S 1097 [HI]29.99
Abilene TX11:52Mostly Clear10965828SSE 16G2495 [HI]30.04
Sweetwater TX12:15Clear10955324S 16G2193 [HI]30.08
Big Spring TX12:15Clear10915832S 17G23-30.06
Midland TX11:53Clear9876243SSE 23-30.07
Hobbs NM11:50Clear10865940SSE 15G23-30.09
Carlsbad NM11:53Clear10865737SE 7-30.04
Albuquerque NM11:52Partly Cloudy10785646CALM-30.18
Dallas/Fort Worth TX11:53Mostly Cloudy10927252SSE 7100 [HI]30.00
Houston TX11:53Partly Cloudy10936945SSW 998 [HI]30.05
Austin TX11:53Partly Cloudy10927150S 13G2199 [HI]30.03

Local Weather History For July 2nd...
1967 (2nd-3rd): Rather unusual for early July, a total of four tornadoes developed late this night throughout Swisher,
Castro and Lamb Counties. The first tornado occurred at 11:34 PM northwest of Tulia causing minor damage to a public
school building. About 15 trees were uprooted, 32 windows in the school were blown out and several elevator doors twisted
by the wind. Later, two tornadoes occurred in open farmland ten miles west of Happy without causing any damage. A funnel
cloud nearby was also reported, but failed to touch the ground. A final tornado was spotted two miles east of Littlefield
over open farmland as well and did not cause any known damage.