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Last Map Update: Mon, Sep. 26, 2022 at 2:37:10 pm CDT

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Sunny skies and pleasant conditions are expected across the region on Monday with light winds.
Temperatures will be in the 50s under mostly clear skies and winds will be light.
Tomorrow will be slightly warmer than today with high temperatures topping off in the 80s and 90s.




 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Lubbock TX13:53Mostly Clear10793722SE 12-30.28
Childress TX13:53Clear10833820SSE 7-30.23
Plainview TX14:10Lightning Observed10783823S 5-30.27
Hereford TX14:15Lightning Observed10813821SSW 14G21-30.29
Clovis NM13:56Clear10784126S 16G23-30.31
Tucumcari NM13:53Clear10814629SW 16G38-30.25
Amarillo TX13:53Mostly Clear10804023SSW 16G23-30.26
Dalhart TX13:53Clear10794125SSW 21G30-30.27
Pampa TX14:10Clear10834223SSW 10-30.25
Altus OK14:15Clear10853617ENE 6-30.21
Vernon TX14:15Clear10863818ENE 3-30.19
Abilene TX13:52Clear10843920N 13G21-30.19
Sweetwater TX14:15Lightning Observed10843920E 7-30.24
Big Spring TX08:35Clear10674240ENE 14-30.25
Midland TX13:53Clear10814427SE 10-30.24
Hobbs NM13:50Clear10784631ESE 14-30.28
Carlsbad NM13:53Clear10785341SSE 10-30.25
Albuquerque NM13:52Partly Cloudy10774633CALM-30.33
Dallas/Fort Worth TX13:53Clear10853718NNE 9G21-30.12
Houston TX13:53Mostly Clear10916846N 12G2195 [HI]29.98
Austin TX13:53Mostly Clear10914923NE 17-30.05

Local Weather History For September 26th...
2012: Moist southerly surface winds this afternoon combined with an extension of upper level moisture originating from
Tropical Depression Miriam in the Eastern Pacific. A surface trough along the Texas-New Mexico border and a jet streak
aloft provided the lift necessary for scattered thunderstorm development by 2 PM. As these storms moved east across the
South Plains through the late afternoon and evening, they coalesced into a squall line that developed occasional bowing
structures. One of these bows struck western and northern portions of the city of Lubbock toppling a brick wall at the
Lubbock Christian Universitys baseball field. These winds also lofted small gravel and stones that shattered the windows
of approximately 20 cars at Texas Tech University and also broke the windows of a nearby bus stop booth. As these storms
swept off the Caprock