Friday storms leave flooded roads across the South Plains

KCBD Weather at 10 for May 24

#LIVE: Katie Main KCBD and I are out here in North Lubbock where there is severe flooding.

Posted by Amanda Ruiz KCBD on Friday, May 24, 2019

Road Closures

Lubbock County

According to Lubbock County as of Saturday, 5-25-19, 9:45 a.m.

CR 5800: FM 1264 to CR 2300

CR 5100: FM 1264 to CR 2300

CR 6000: FM 1264/University Ave east to I-27

Milwaukee Ave/CR 1700: US 84 to 6100

CR 6400: CR 1700/Milwaukee Ave to FM 2528/Frankford

Ave P/CR 2300: CR7500 to Woodrow Road

Intersection of CR 3600 and E CR 7300

Shallowater

Ave Q to Loop 388

FM 2641 from FM 2528 to CR 2000

You can check other county road closures at https://drivetexas.org.

=====

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Flooding and a few severe thunderstorms remain possible across the South Plains Friday night.

Storms could produce torrential rainfall, large hail and 70 mph wind gusts. An Isolated tornado risk exists across the viewing area.

A Tornado Watch is in effect for Lubbock and most of the viewing area through 9:00 p.m.

Skies remain mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast this evening. Rainfall could produce flash flooding and heavy rainfall. Frequent lightning and hail is also possible, especially before midnight.

Low temperatures fall into the lower and middle 60’s.

Remain alert for fog development overnight tonight as significant rainfall has been reported across portions of the KCBD viewing area.

Models disagree on Saturday’s weather forecast, but the consensus is that we could see a few showers and thunderstorms once again. Some of the storms could become severe.

Highs warm into the upper 70’s to near 80 degrees Saturday.

Storm chances continue Sunday, some of the storms could become severe.

Memorial Day is a tricky day, but storms are in the forecast Sunday and Sunday night. We could clear out Memorial Day with warmer daytime highs in the 80’s.

Copyright 2019 KCBD. All rights reserved.