LUBBOCK, Texas — On Sunday, the forecast called for strong to severe thunderstorm development along a dryline. Storms were expected to impact the South Plains and Rolling Plains late Sunday afternoon and evening.
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- EverythingLubbock.com Weather Page
- KAMC Weather Page | KAMC Facebook page
- KLBK Weather Page | KLBK Facebook page
- Interactive Radar
Check out what a microburst did in Levelland today! It completely rolled this mobile office over! A great reminder to seek shelter in a sturdy building even with severe thunderstorms. #TXwx #KAMC #WindDamage #LubWX #Severe #Microburst @NWSLubbock— Jacob Riley (@jrileywx) May 25, 2020
PC📸: Shawn Chambers pic.twitter.com/y4vgGnJhz3
609pm: Another spectacular picture from the @cityoflubbock and @LubbockFire weather spotters. This picture was taken at MLK & Parkway Dr looking west. This storm is dangerous and producing hail, strong wind gusts and heavy rainfall. #txwx #lubwx pic.twitter.com/F049CjOGkx— NWS Lubbock (@NWSLubbock) May 24, 2020
A severe warned storm is approaching Lake Alan Henry. The lake is not currently under a severe warning, but if you are in the area, move indoors! pic.twitter.com/vEpNahrHzi— Lubbock Police Dept. (@LubbockPolice) May 24, 2020
Blowing dust! Looks ominous but not a threat! https://t.co/K72UJlBEzP— Kellianne Klass (@KellianneWX) May 24, 2020
The National Weather Service in #Lubbock has issued an Airport Weather Warning for Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport from 6:15 PM CDT to 7:15 PM CDT. #txwx #KLBK #KAMC pic.twitter.com/1REnVZQRbg— Chris Whited (@severewxchaser) May 24, 2020
Quick video from Northwest Lubbock county, south of Shallowater KAMC News Strike Drone Ron Roberts KAMC Meteorologist Jacob Riley Meteorologist Kellianne Klass pic.twitter.com/mrW2A5v5xY— Fletcher Aerial Solutions (@FletcherAerial) May 24, 2020
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of Oklahoma and Texas until 10 PM CDT pic.twitter.com/GkPnvPbN35— NWS Lubbock (@NWSLubbock) May 24, 2020
FM 669 in Garza Co. remains closed after heavy rains damaged the roadway in several locations. Drivers will need to find an alternate route around the area. Weather permitting; TxDOT crews will begin repair work on Tuesday, May 26. Road will be closed until repairs are made. pic.twitter.com/KQPJLAHc4V— TxDOTLubbock (@TxDOTLubbock) May 24, 2020
10:45AM: Our team has spotted storm damage on FM669 south of Post, TX this morning. In this picture the pavement has slid off the road and into the ditch to the right. #txwx #lubwx pic.twitter.com/OXf4q4k4ZV— NWS Lubbock (@NWSLubbock) May 24, 2020