Isolated storms brought sprinkles to the Lubbock area, with the airport
reporting a trace of rain. There were four reports of measurable rain late
yesterday and overnight in the KCBD viewing area: Knox City 0.01", Floydada
0.03", Snyder 0.04", and Paducah 0.37".
Thunderstorms will become more numerous late today, though significant rainfall will be spotty. The Storm Prediction Center is forecasting a slight risk of severe thunderstorms over the northeastern viewing area, with large hail and gusty winds the main threats. The remainder of the area will be subject to thunderstorms with brief moderate to heavy rain and strong gusts.
Rain chances pick up tomorrow and again on Friday. Over the next three days there is a good chance of measurable rain across the viewing area. Additionally, some of the rain will be moderate to heavy. You'll find more on our Weather page at kcbd.com/weather. As new data becomes available I will update our Weather page forecast later this morning.
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