LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The ingredients for severe weather are coming together over West Texas. With increasing dewpoints and a dryline on the move this afternoon, there is a chance of isolated strong thunderstorms, mainly near and east of the Caprock.
This evening the dryline will move back to the west, increasing thunderstorm chances area-wide. These evening and nighttime storms will be strong and will bring a slight risk of severe weather to your neighborhood.
The primary threat will be large hail, followed by damaging winds. Isolated tornadoes are not out of the question. Also, locally heavy rain is likely, especially over the eastern South Plains and the Low Rolling Plains (east of the Caprock).
There may be flooding of roads and highways at low areas and intersections. Check www.kcbd.com for updates throughout the day, and as thunderstorms develop watch NewsChannel 11, where we will be tracking the threat with our Super Doppler HD3.
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