UPDATED: Storms exiting east after wall of dirt, heavy rain

UPDATED: Storms exiting east after wall of dirt, heavy rain

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Here is current radar:

INTERACTIVE RADAR

updated 9:07 p.m. - Wow. It was one of those evenings on the South Plains, with this wall of dirt pushed by strong wind from a severe storm.

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Storms are now pushing east over the Rolling Plains, still with dust. Things will quiet down next little while. Tomorrow it's just a slight chance for a storm.

As far as rainfall, it's a pretty good range of 1/2" to 1" around much of Lubbock.


posted 5:21 p.m. - Thunderstorms are moving from west to east across the South Plains. Storms arrived earlier than past several days. This will be more of an evening round of storms rather than late-night. 

Severe warnings are shown in yellow boxes above. Those will mainly be for gusts above 60mph.

NEXT FEW DAYS: We can't rule out a few storms popping up tomorrow afternoon, but the chance is much lower.

After that, it'll really warm up with the upper low that's been parked over the SW United States finally kicking east. Saturday will be the hottest day, with mid 90s expected. Each day of the Lubbock Super Regional will be quite warm.

Next week there will be enough humidity in place, along with weak upper support, to mention a slight chance for storms Monday through Wednesday afternoons. 

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