LUBBOCK, Texas — Strong to severe thunderstorms are expected across the South Plains and Rolling Plains Monday evening and Monday night.
Hail up to the golf ball-sized and damaging wind gusts up to 65 miles per hour will be the main threats from the thunderstorms.
Locally heavy rainfall will be possible in a few spots, which may produce some minor flash flooding.
The National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center has all of the South Plains and the Rolling Plains in a “slight” risk for sever weather. A “slight” risk means there is roughly a two out of five chance of seeing severe weather in the outlook area.
Infographics explaining the severe weather risk categories and the threats associated with each can be found below.
- KAMC Storm Team Weather Lab
- KLBK First Warning Weather
- Severe Weather Alerts
- EverythingLubbock.com Interactive Radar