Blog Updated At 10:52 AM MDT Friday, May 24th, 2019.
Heavy Rains Fall West Of Lubbock.
Valid At 8 AM MDT Friday, May 24th, 2019.
GRLevel3 24-Hour Radar Estimated Rainfall.
Some of the heaviest rainfall reports with radar estimates colored in. Heaviest amount was likely 5 to 6 inches between Levelland and Morton. #lubwx
Severe Weather Outlook Today - Sunday.
11:41am CDT #SPC Day1 Outlook Enhanced Risk: over a portion of west texas https://t.co/GtEvHQ3UxE pic.twitter.com/tuR0foupIs— NWS SPC (@NWSSPC) May 24, 2019
There is Slight Risk of severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. Main threats include large hail and damaging winds. There is a also a slim tornado chance. Please stay vigilant, especially if you have outdoor plans this evening! #txwx #nmwx pic.twitter.com/rFgIkJQncA— NWS Midland (@NWSMidland) May 24, 2019
A SLIGHT to ENHANCED severe weather threat exists from Lubbock to Amarillo on Saturday while a SLIGHT risk extends from Midland to Amarillo on Sunday. Please remain alert, especially if you have travel plans this weekend! #txwx #nmwx pic.twitter.com/EUYWtpCgpw— NWS Midland (@NWSMidland) May 24, 2019
Thursday's Dryline Severe Thunderstorms In West Texas.
Split Window Difference from GOES-16 provided great depiction of eastward mixing of dryline today across New Mexico and W Texas, and subsequent retreat during the early evening. Cold IR BT overlay shows convective development along dryline. #txwx #nmwx pic.twitter.com/obpUSDkUNh— Bill Line (@bill_line) May 24, 2019
I'll take 'Find the Dry Line' for 500 Alex pic.twitter.com/VmVD3yshU1— Matt Reagan (@ReaganMatt) May 24, 2019
Rotating wall cloud from our tower cam. Looking south from the Science Spectrum. #lubwx #txwx pic.twitter.com/vIK9DvGWqk— NWS Lubbock (@NWSLubbock) May 24, 2019
Golf ball-sized hail 8 miles west of Brownfield along highway 380 @NWSLubbock #txwx pic.twitter.com/1GnAGgbA3L— Joe Ponce (@ponce3311) May 23, 2019
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