Severe Thunderstorms Possible Today Into Tonight Across Parts Of E & SE NM!

Water Vapor Satellite Image. At 8:43 AM MDT, Friday June 2, 2023. NAM 3KM 500 MB Analysis. At 6 AM MDT, Friday, June 2, 2023. Storm Prediction Center Day 1 Severe Weather Outlook. (Today - Friday, June 2, 2023). NWS Midland Severe Weather Outlook Today. A low (10-30%), medium (40-70%), and high (70-100%) potential for severe storms exist across the Permian Basin, Lower Trans Pecos, Stockton Plateau, and portions of the Rio Grande Valley on Friday.  The highest chances for severe weather are across the Permian Basin, including Midland and Odessa, as well as along I-20 corridor.  All severe weather hazards will be possible, including very large hail, damaging wind, tornadoes, lightning, and heavy rain leading to flash flooding.  The primary threats that are of concern, especially in the area highlighted by the high potential, will be very large hail up to the size of baseballs, very strong winds, and a few tornadoes.  Start preparing now for the severe weather threat for this afternoon a

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