Isolated storms through the evening; severe weather expected Mon

Isolated storms through the evening; severe weather expected Monday

LUBBOCK, Texas -

It was a hot Mother's Day across the area with temperatures in the 90s. We also have some isolated thunderstorms developing along a dry line, some of which have been severe. View the image below or click on the links for our radar products.

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These storms have been moving to the Northeast around 15MPH with the main threats being gusts to 60MPH and less than 1” hail. Rainfall totals around a few hundredths of an inch possible with the activity decreasing in coverage as the sun sets. Temperatures will cool in the 60s with winds 15-20 from the Southeast. Winds will continue to be breezy through the week with speeds 20-30MPH Tuesday through Thursday.

We have a better shot for severe weather for Monday across the area. Storm Prediction Center has give the northern portion of the South Plains an elevated risks with the main threats being large hail and damaging wind gusts. The storms should develop from the West to the East as the dry line moves. There is a slight chance for storms late on Tuesday but should remain to the eastern half of the area. Our next system will bring us another shot for storms late week into next weekend and also a cool down into the 70s.

Join us tonight on the News at Nine. Have a great Sunday evening!


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