Seminole residents cleaning up damage from Sunday night storm
Provided by Seminole Sentinel
Seminole residents are picking up following a powerful thunderstorm rolled through the region Sunday evening.
There have been numerous reports of blown over trees, downed power lines, over turned outbuildings and downed traffic signs.
The Seminole community saw 1.29 inches of precipitation from Sunday evening's storm, according to the Texas Tech Mesonet weather monitoring site. Peak winds at this time were measured at 61 mph out of the west, which were measured at 11:15 p.m. by the TTU weather system.
A similar wind event was also seen in the Seagraves community, where a measured gust of 67 mph was reported out of the southwest at 11:25 p.m. Sunday evening. Seagraves, according to TTU information, received 0.67 inches of precipitation on Sunday evening.