Dangerous storms moving out of viewing area Sunday night

Dangerous storms moving out of viewing area Sunday night
Tornado pic West Hwy 84 towards Lariat by Jessica Rivera (Source: Picasa)

Dangerous storms are moving out of our viewing area Sunday night.

One tornado was spotted near the Muleshoe area and others were reported near Earth and Dimmitt. There were no reports of any damage or injuries from these.

Tornado video from Lauran Smith

TORNADO VIDEO in Bailey County from Lauran Smith - live updates here: https://www.kcbd.com/2019/05/26/flood-watch-continues-into-memorial-day-day-severe-weather-begins/

Posted by KCBD NewsChannel 11 on Sunday, May 26, 2019


LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Stay Weather Aware through the next 24 hours as another round of showers and organized thunderstorms continue to bring the threat for heavy rainfall to produce areas of flooding this afternoon and evening.

High temperatures return to the upper 70′s to low 80′s with the potential for scattered shower development early afternoon throughout the region. Low to Moderate risk of organized thunderstorms becoming severe through the afternoon and evening with the potential for large hail, strong damaging wind, and possible tornado. Storms dissipate as they move east off of the caprock overnight but leave lingering showers through Monday morning which keeps many South Plains counties under FLOOD WATCH through 1AM Monday.

Memorial Day starts with cloudy sky, patchy fog and drizzle and occasional rain shower with warmer temperatures due to additional sunshine by afternoon. Additional rain chances remain in the forecast through the next seven days though not as significant weather expected as this Memorial Day weekend. Cold front on Wednesday will keep afternoon temperatures cooler than average but low level moisture will keep humidity levels high for the last week of May.

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