LUBBOCK, Texas — EverythingLubbock.com is tracked severe weather for Lubbock and the South Plains on Friday. Below is a collection of images, video and social media posts of the storms.
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- Severe storms in the forecast for Lubbock and South Plains Friday
Heads up Lubbock!— Jacob Riley (@jrileywx) May 15, 2020
I am keeping my eye on this storm just to the northeast of Lamesa in Dawson County. It tends to be moving more northwardly, and could impact Lubbock within the next hour to hour and a half. #TXwx #KAMC #Severe #LubWX pic.twitter.com/pfzEXLvzuo
⚠️Severe Thunderstorm Warning⚠️— Jacob Riley (@jrileywx) May 15, 2020
Garza and Lynn Counties in Texas are under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 4:00 PM CDT. 60 MPH winds and quarter sized hail (1.00”) are possible with this storm. #TXwx #KAMC #LubWX pic.twitter.com/prsPiiLG4L
⚠️Severe Thunderstorm Watch⚠️— Jacob Riley (@jrileywx) May 15, 2020
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued until 10 PM CDT for the counties below. This includes the city of Lubbock. Damaging winds around 70 MPH, hail around 2.00″ in diameter and heavy rainfall will all be possible. #TXwx #KAMC #LubWX #Severe pic.twitter.com/0EhofPPlcf