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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul. 25, 2021 at 1:49:53 am CDT

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Tonight will see continued mild temperatures, but it won't feel quite as humid. Isolated thunderstorms are possible on the Caprock during the early evening.
We'll continue to ride the heat wave into Sunday as highs remain in the 90s. A few 100s may even be seen on the Rolling Plains. Don't forget to Look Before You Lock!

 

 

 

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
(CDT)
Weather Vsby.
(SM)
Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Hum.
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Wind Chill / Heat Index
(ºF)
Pres.
(in)
Lubbock TX00:53Mostly Cloudy10806662SSE 8-30.08
Childress TX00:53Clear10816660SSE 8-30.01
Plainview TX01:15Partly Cloudy10756877CALM-30.09
Hereford TX01:15Clear10736473SW 6-30.13
Clovis NM00:56Clear10715761NNW 6-30.16
Tucumcari NM00:53Clear10715454SSW 6-30.10
Amarillo TX00:53Clear10776464S 12-30.09
Dalhart TX00:53Clear10695765WSW 8-30.11
Pampa TX01:15Clear10776770SSE 8-30.08
Altus OK01:15Clear7826863SE 9-30.00
Vernon TX01:15Clear10836656SSE 8-29.98
Abilene TX00:52Clear10816252SSE 9-30.02
Sweetwater TX01:15Clear10825946S 10-30.06
Big Spring TX01:15Mostly Cloudy10836453S 13-30.05
Midland TX00:53Clear10806560S 12-30.07
Hobbs NM01:15Mostly Clear10776465CALM-30.10
Carlsbad NM00:53Clear10796052W 3-30.07
Albuquerque NM00:52Partly Cloudy10715658ESE 7-30.24
Dallas/Fort Worth TX00:53Clear10847165S 10-29.97
Houston TX00:53Clear10817376SW 5-30.01
Austin TX00:53Clear10757393S 10-30.02

Local Weather History For July 24th...
1988: Three brief tornadoes were observed late this evening in Bailey and Lamb Counties. The editor of the Muleshoe
Journal Newspaper photographed the first tornado four miles north of Muleshoe, just east of Highway 214. This tornado
lasted around 40 seconds and caused no apparent damage. A second brief, but much larger tornado followed this initial
tornado about eight miles northeast of Muleshoe. A third tornado touched down briefly four miles north of Earth and the
parent storm dropped hail up to golf ball size in Earth.