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Last Map Update: Sun, May. 26, 2024 at 3:15:59 pm CDT

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Highs in the 90s. Very dry with humidity values falling below 10 percent. Gusty west winds.
Slightly cooler tonight with lows in the 50s to lower 60s. Mostly clear skies with dry air.
Contunued sunny and warm, but moisture starting to return to the area, especially eastern sections.
Chances of showers and storms will return to the region beginning Tuesday and will continue through the end of the week. Rain chances will be highest east of Lubbock through the Rolling Plains into North Texas and least near the Texas New Mexico state line. As typical this time of year, storms will bring the potential of severe weather and very heavy rain. Stay tuned to day-to-day forecast updates.
Monday will be the last completely sunny day as moisture quickly streams back into the area Tuesday. This means that thunderstorm chances will be on the increase Tuesday through the end of the week. These storms may be strong to severe so now is a good time to review your severe weather safety plans.

 

 

 

Local Weather History For May 26th...
1541: A diary from a priest accompanying Coronados exploration chronicled a fierce hailstorm this day believed by many
archeologists to have occurred at a campsite in Blanco Canyon south of Floydada where numerous artifacts were discovered.
"A tempest came up one afternoon with a very high wind and hail. The hail broke many tents and tattered many helmets