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Alyssa Pawlak
Morning and Midday Meteorologist at ABC 7 Amarillo | Chicago Native | Dog Mom
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Alyssa Pawlak 33m
A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING has been issued for Collingsworth and southeast Wheeler counties until 4:15 AM. A thunderstorm capable of producing hailstones to the size of ping pong balls and wind gusts to 60 mph is located 9 miles west of Wellington and is moving NE at 40 mph.
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Alyssa Pawlak 15h
The severe thunderstorm warning for Moore and Sherman counties has expired, but we are still watching a strong storm in that area. This cell is set up 7 miles east of Dumas and is moving NE at 50 mph. Heavy rain and nickel sized hail will be possible.
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Alyssa Pawlak 16h
The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded areas east of Amarillo to a level 4 Moderate risk. All hazards will be in play today w/ very large hail & flash flooding being the most likely threats. With that said, damaging wind gusts to 70 mph and iso. tornadoes will also be possible.
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Alyssa Pawlak 16h
A severe thunderstorm is located just south of Dumas, tracking north at 55 mph. Hailstones to the size of half dollars is the primary threat. Get your cars in the garage if you're in the path of this storm...The warning will be in effect through 12:30 PM.
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NWS Amarillo 17h
11 AM Update: small area clearing skies just south of the front. This is the area to watch through this afternoon. More sunshine means more potential energy for thunderstorms to develop.
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Alyssa Pawlak 16h
A wind gust to 65 mph was clocked on our SchoolNet site at Fire Station #1 in Guymon, OK. A large tree was blown down on a car. No reports of any injuries.
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Alyssa Pawlak 18h
A new SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING has been issued on the cell in northern Texas county until 11 AM. Ping pong ball sized hailstones and wind gusts to 60 mph will be the main threats as it tracks NE at 50 mph.
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Alyssa Pawlak 18h
A SEVERE T-STORM WARNING has been issued for western Texas county until 10:15 AM. The track of the cell has shifted slightly, moving more northerly at 55 mph. This means the hail core will remain west of Guymon. Hailstones 2" in diameter will be possible within this storm.
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Alyssa Pawlak 19h
The severe t-storm we've been tracking is now making its way into the central Oklahoma Panhandle, moving NE at 40 mph. This storm will be moving into Texhoma, then Goodwell, then eventually Guymon. Hailstones to the size of ping pong balls & wind gusts to 60 mph will be possible.
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Alyssa Pawlak 19h
A new severe thunderstorm WARNING has been issued to include the cities of Stratford and Texhoma until 9:45 AM. This storm will be capable of producing large hail to the size of golf balls as it tracks NE at 40 mph.
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Alyssa Pawlak 19h
Here's a look at the severe storm north of Dalhart. It dropped quarter sized hail 8 miles northwest of the city around 8:10 AM. A new SEVERE T-STORM WARNING has been issued on that cell until 9:15 AM. Quarter sized hail remains the primary threat as it moves northeast at 40 mph.
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Alyssa Pawlak 20h
A severe storm capable of producing hailstones to the size of half dollars is moving N at 55 mph across western Dallam & Hartley counties. A severe t-storm WARNING is in effect until 8:30 AM. Heavy rain and frequent lightning can be expected.
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Alyssa Pawlak 20h
Storms are quickly developing across our northern & western counties. We don't have any severe storms on radar at the moment, but we do have a strong one pushing into Oldham and Hartley counties, moving NE at 35 mph. Heavy rain, lightning & half inch hail will be possible.
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Alyssa Pawlak 21h
We're back in the storm zone today with showers & storms already developing to the W/NW. You'll want to have the rain gear handy as we'll be tracking wet weather through the day. Severe storms will bring the threat of large hail & flooding, along with gusty winds & iso. tornadoes
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Alyssa Pawlak May 22
The have some pretty weather for their day game today! First pitch goes out in just under 2 hours. Temps will be in the low 70s at first pitch with winds becoming breezy from the southwest at 15-25 mph throughout the game.
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Alyssa Pawlak May 22
It's a nice & quiet morning across the High Plains~ We’re starting off with a barely there breeze, clear skies & cool lows in the 40s. We’re in to see plenty of sun today so the morning chill won't last long. Highs rise into the 80s this aftn with winds turning breezy after lunch
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Alyssa Pawlak May 21
Strong Panhandle winds are back in action with a WIND ADVISORY & HIGH WIND WARNING in effect. Amarillo, Canyon (and other cities shaded in beige) are included in the advisory w/ gusts to 50 mph. Stronger winds are forecast for those included in the warning w/ gusts as high as 65.
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Alyssa Pawlak May 21
The threat for severe weather has passed & today we’re just going to be stuck with a lot of wind. Winds are already breezy out the door with chilly temps in the 40s. Areas of clouds & wrap around showers will keep our northern counties cooler today while we'll see sun elsewhere.
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Alyssa Pawlak May 20
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING is in effect for the north central Panhandle until 12:30 PM. These areas have already seen 1"or more of rain this AM with heavy rain continuing to fall. Flash flooding may occur in the cities of Borger, Speaman, Stinnett, Gruver, Fritch, & Waka.
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Alyssa Pawlak May 20
Significant street flooding is being reported in Dumas. Our SchoolNet sites there have picked up between 3.50 and 3.80" and rain is still falling! If you come across a water covered road, turn around and find an alternate route!
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