Scattered strong thunderstorms likely Tuesday evening - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Scattered strong thunderstorms likely Tuesday evening

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Most of the KCBD viewing area received rain yesterday and/or last night. The official total for Lubbock, recorded at the airport, was .21 of an inch. Unofficial reports around Lubbock include 4/10" in south-central Lubbock and .70" in southwest Lubbock. Below I've included other rainfall reports for the 24 hours ending at 6:30 AM, courtesy of the TTU Mesonet:

  • PADUCAH 2.71 IN 
  • GUTHRIE 1.87 IN 
  • RALLS 1.63 IN 
  • TULIA 1.61 IN 
  • WHITE RIVER LAKE 1.36 IN 
  • SPUR 1.14 IN 
  • JAYTON 1.13 IN 
  • SUNDOWN 1.07 IN 
  • LAKE ALAN HENRY 1.04 IN 
  • SEMINOLE 0.75 IN 
  • TURKEY 0.75 IN 
  • DENVER CITY 0.72 IN 
  • BROWNFIELD 0.72 IN 
  • GAIL 0.69 IN 
  • SEAGRAVES 0.67 IN 
  • HART 0.67 IN 
  • ANTON 0.66 IN 
  • LEVELLAND 0.60 IN 
  • DIMMITT 0.57 IN 
  • FLOYDADA 0.53 IN 
  • ASPERMONT 0.50 IN 
  • FLUVANNA 0.47 IN 
  • ABERNATHY 0.46 IN 
  • ROARING SPRINGS 0.46 IN 
  • GRAHAM 0.45 IN 
  • SNYDER 0.45 IN 
  • NORTHFIELD 0.44 IN 
  • CAPROCK CANYONS 0.43 IN 
  • POST 0.42 IN 
  • SLATON 0.40 IN 
  • WOLFFORTH 0.38 IN 
  • SILVERTON 0.38 IN 
  • PLAINS 0.34 IN 
  • TAHOKA 0.34 IN 
  • REESE CENTER 0.34 IN 
  • PLAINVIEW 0.32 IN 
  • NORTHWEST LUBBOCK 0.28 IN 
  • FRIONA 0.27 IN 
  • MORTON 0.25 IN 
  • AMHERST 0.22 IN 
  • MEMPHIS 0.19 IN 
  • OLTON 0.13 IN 
  • LAMESA 0.08 IN 
  • O'DONNELL 0.06 IN 
  • MULESHOE 0.06 IN 
Scattered strong thunderstorms are likely this afternoon and evening. A few storms may produce high winds and hail, but heavy rainfall will be the most likely weather threat today and tomorrow.

 

The heavy rain, especially falling over areas that already received heavy rain, may cause flooding. If you encounter standing or running water on a road, turn around. ("Turn Around, Don't Drown"). Most flash flood deaths occur when people attempt to drive through water covering a road.

The rest of this week will be in the mid to upper 80's with chances of rain while this weekend brings us back into the 90's and will be more dry.

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