Isolated severe weather possible for Father's Day - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Isolated severe weather possible for Father's Day

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Storms have fired across southeast New Mexico and are moving eastward. At the moment, these storms will stay south of the South Plains.

However, there are signs that more storms may develop further northward and affect portions of the KCBD viewing area. Strongest storms will be capable of gusty winds & small hail.

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