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Last Map Update: Mon, May. 23, 2022 at 1:17:19 am CDT

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Mostly Cloudy and cool overnight. Lows in the 50s to near 60. Southerly winds.,
The best chances of ran will come Monday night into early Tuesday and may be part of a line of storms moving from west to east across the area. Some locations may receive heavy rain, but others probably will not. Severe storms will be possible Monday afternoon and evening. Rainfall amounts will likely range from 1/2 inch to 2 inches.

 

 

 

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CDT)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Lubbock TX00:53Partly Cloudy10623434ESE 14-30.14
Childress TX00:53Mostly Clear10603945ESE 9G21-30.19
Plainview TX00:30Overcast10623334ESE 10-30.15
Hereford TX00:55Clear10582932ESE 10-30.17
Clovis NM00:56Overcast10603336SSE 12-30.17
Tucumcari NM00:53Clear10583135SE 6-30.11
Amarillo TX00:53Mostly Cloudy10563036ESE 14-30.16
Dalhart TX00:53Clear10542937SSE 14-30.16
Pampa TX00:35Clear10543446ESE 15-30.21
Altus OK00:55Overcast10614249ESE 13-30.22
Vernon TX00:55Clear10614453ESE 9-30.20
Abilene TX00:52Clear10645264E 9-30.13
Sweetwater TX00:35Clear10664751E 9G16-30.15
Big Spring TX00:55Clear10674443ENE 12-30.09
Midland TX00:53Mostly Clear10674443E 9-30.08
Hobbs NM00:55Overcast10603741SE 6-30.14
Carlsbad NM00:53Clear10633738S 6-30.08
Albuquerque NM00:52Mostly Cloudy10663126S 21G28-30.05
Dallas/Fort Worth TX00:53Light Drizzle9615786E 8-30.12
Houston TX00:53Mostly Clear10716786ENE 8-30.06
Austin TX00:53Mostly Clear10676387ENE 3-30.10

Local Weather History For May 22nd...
1973: Late this afternoon and evening, scattered supercell thunderstorms littered portions of the South Plains and far
southern Panhandle with hail. In at least four separate cases, copious amounts of small hail piled up to depths of two to
four inches impeding travel on area roads. One of these supercells produced gigantic hail as large as 5.0 inches just
north of Seagraves in Yoakum County. In Lynn County, a near 40 minute barrage of large hail, including some hailstones as
large as four inches in diameter, covered the ground. Most of these hailstones were two inches. The ground in Brownfield
was completely covered with hailstones averaging two inches in diameter. Near Halfway, a tornado touched down for a few
minutes over open country damaging nothing. Considerable damage was dealt to area crops and property, however the $35,000
crop damage estimates listed in Storm Data were likely far below the actual dollar value given the amount of acreage
devastated.