Category: Weather News

We have an “enhanced” level 3 risk of severe weather for this afternoon and evening in portions of Northwest Texas. This includes Shamrock, Wellington, Childress, Quanah, Vernon, to just west of Burkburnett. Southwest Oklahoma is also included in this level 3 risk with Hollis, Mangum, Altus, Snyder, Lawton, Apache, Hobart, Cordell, to Elk City and Sayre. […]

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Scattered supercell thunderstorms will be possible during the evening hours along the TX/NM border west of Lubbock and Amarillo.  We’re currently monitoring one tornado warned cell west of Lubbock just north of Morton.  So far, no confirmation of a tornado with this particular storm as it moves northeast towards Sudan, Amherst and Littlefield, but the […]

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A “slight/elevated” level 2 risk of severe weather cnompasses most of the Texas Panhandle, West Texas, and the Permian Basin this afternoon into late tonight. A “marginal” level 1 risk of severe weather surrounds the level 2 risk within a zone of about 25-50 miles. This indicates where there are storms later today and tonight […]

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Since we’ve had severe weather issues on several of the past Wednesdays and may have them again this week, we’ll get caught up! It may not be Wednesday, but Today’s #WeatherWednesday topic is on storm forecast outlooks. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) in Norman, Oklahoma is the official severe storm and fire danger forecast center […]

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A relatively low-probability severe weather threat is possible later today and again during the afternoon hours on Tuesday. Things begin to ramp up by Tuesday Night in West Texas before the risks move east on Wednesday and Thursday. After a week of quiet weather we’re shifting back into an active weather pattern. We’ll be sharing […]

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An upper level low currently arriving on the west coast will slowly make its way east this week bringing daily chances for storms this week.  Thankfully, the rounds of storms expected tomorrow, Tuesday and Wednesday will not be impacting areas still trying to recover from the tornadoes back on April 29th.  But for Thursday, there […]

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Any time you can get quiet weather in early May in Texas it’s a Blessing…and that’s what we’ll have through the weekend as we remain under the influence of high pressure.  Our skies will be clear and aside from some breezy conditions later today across the western half of the state, conditions will be darn […]

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High pressure will continue to dominate the forecast over the next several days.  Our current upper level pattern will have the plains states stuck in between two low pressure systems…one to the east and another to the west for the next couple of days.  It looks like it will be Sunday before that pattern breaks a […]

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A new severe thunderstorm watch has been issued and is in effect until midnight. This watch includes all of Southeast Texas, the Brazos Valley, and portions of East Texas. Lufkin, Bryan/College Station, La Grange, Conroe, Houston, and Beaumont are included in this watch. A cold front with an associated line of thunderstorms is moving south. […]

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A severe thunderstorm watch is now in effect through 7 PM for portions of Northeast Texas, North Texas, and Central Texas. This watch includes the eastern half of the D/FW Metroplex, Tyler, Texarkana, Waco, and Killeen. The strongest storms my produce hail around the size of golfballs, localized damaging wind gusts to 70 MPH, and […]

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