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Severe Thunderstorms Today - Large Hail/Damaging Winds/Isolated Tornadoes Possible!




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Valid Today.

Supercell Thunderstorms This Afternoon & Evening.



We are primed for Severe Thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. Scattered thunderstorms are in our forecast and these could occur at any time today including this morning. The main threat for Severe Thunderstorms will occur roughly from around noontime into the early evening hours for Southeastern New Mexico. And from the afternoon into the nighttime hours for West Texas.

Scattered Supercell Thunderstorms will be possible today into tonight across the local area. These stronger than normal types of thunderstorms will be capable of producing:

Large Hail - Possibly GoflBall Size Or Larger.
Damaging Thunderstorm Winds Gusts Of 60 MPH Or Higher.
Frequent Deadly Cloud To Ground Lightning.
A Few Isolated Tornadoes.

A Similar Setup One Year Ago Yesterday.

See My Blog Posts:

Dexter Tornado.

Malago Tornadoes.


The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction - And Sometimes It Hurts!

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