LUBBOCK, Texas — A major hailstorm hit Lubbock on Wednesday evening with hail bigger than golf balls commonly reported over many parts of the city.
EverythingLubbock.com tracked severe weather Wednesday afternoon and evening for Lubbock and the South Plains. Our live reports have concluded. Thank you to everyone who watched.
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- Hail, damaging winds possible for Lubbock & South Plains on Wednesday afternoon
OUTAGE UPDATE: Crews have reduced the number of customers without power from over 5,000 to right at 1,400 and are working as quickly as possible to restore power for all. Outages due to storms span the city but all crews are in the field working and will remain so until morning.— LubbockPower&Light (@lpandl) May 21, 2020
Strong storms have knocked out power for approx 2,500 customers in south Lubbock. Crews are in the field fixing equipment in order to restore power. Thank you for your understanding and patience as they work quickly and safely to restore power.— LubbockPower&Light (@lpandl) May 21, 2020
630pm: Storms continue to strengthen and are developing further west and northwest of New Home to Woodrow. The City Of Lubbock will likely see storms with this activity as it moves north. #txwx #lubwx pic.twitter.com/msJkf6wune— NWS Lubbock (@NWSLubbock) May 20, 2020
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of Texas until 12 AM CDT pic.twitter.com/ythRArqq9L— NWS Lubbock (@NWSLubbock) May 20, 2020