Severe weather on Sunday, here are some of the highlights

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At about 5:50 pm, Kyle Allen said, “Hail and big time winds about to impact SW Lubbock.”

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.

Thank you to everyone who watched our live coverage. Check out some of the highlights below.

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Ransom Canyon, by Sher Hiner.
Kyle Allen at about 6:40 pm said, “Slaton be ready.”
Hale County, about 6:20 pm.
Just before 6:10 p.m., Kyle Allen said, “Short pano looking back towards Lubbock from highway 87 north of Tahoka.”
At about 5:50 pm, Kyle Allen said, “Hail and big time winds about to impact SW Lubbock.”
A so-called “verga bomb” at about 5:45 pm near Lubbock
About 5:20 pm (this *NOT* a tornado). It’s a cold air funnel.
Image from Kyle Allen west of Brownfield after 5:00 pm
Before 5:00 pm

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