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Stephen Eric Levine, M.A. 5h
Chased north from Dallas to intercept a blossoming line of showers /storms today. Photo taken near Sanger, TX 1730.
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NWS Lubbock 8h
Check out these 3-day totals from the West Texas Mesonet for the South Plains region. A broad swath of 2-4"+ from to . Officially, Lubbock recorded 4.09" over the past 2 days, boosting the YTD total to 20.19", or 5.23" above average.
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Ryan Allen 9h
N Harris County is getting some occasional heavy rain from a couple cells slowly moving north. Considering saturated grounds, a Flood Advisory is up for these areas.
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Jeffrey Ray 9h
Yes, an afternoon of modest rain across our W, NW counties still in progress. Temperatures in the low 80s, rainfall amounts under .50" in most spots. Wish they could share.
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NWS Midland 9h
518 PM CDT Showers and thunderstorms continue across the region. Some of the stronger storms were located from E Martin to N Howard to Central Scurry Counties. Expect deadly lightning, gusty winds and periods of heavy rain with the stronger storms. Stay weather aware!
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NWS San Angelo 9h
Scattered showers and thunderstorms have begun to develop across the Concho Valley and the Big Country. Localized heavy rainfall due to multiple rounds of precipitation may cause flash flooding in some areas later this evening.
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Brian James 9h
We're on pace to have the warmest September on record at (based on average temperatures). With highs in the 90s through the end of the month, I'd be shocked if we don't end up with a new record.
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NWS Fort Worth 10h
Fall officially starts Monday, but there's no sign of it in the 7-day forecast. Someone call tech support!
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Sriram Srinivasan 11h
Few decent looking t-storms about 80-100 miles NW of DAL creating a bumpy ride on descent
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NWS Fort Worth 11h
3:00 PM - Showers and isolated thunderstorms are developing to the North and Northwest of the Metroplex. Brief periods of moderate to heavy rain are possible through the afternoon.
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NWS Midland 11h
245 PM CDT A storm NE of Fort Davis National Park has increased in intensity and could produce 50 mph gusts in downburst winds and heavy rainfall along Highway 17. Motorists should proceed with caution if driving along this highway.
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Jesse Hawila 12h
The rest of the country talking about their excitement for Fall and the cooler weather.
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Caught a brief funnel outside of fort Stockton
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NWS El Paso Sep 21
rainbow after a cloudy, cool and wet day across the metro area. You can thank former Hurricane Lorena for some of this moisture.
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Replying to @JesseWFAA
Oooooooooh snap. I like a broadcast met with some spunk.
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Joseph Neubauer Sep 21
Funnel cloud spotted over Balmorhea at 7:05pm Tropical atmosphere this evening as mid-level moisture continues to stream in from Thank you: Colby Taylor
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Jacob Riley Sep 21
This is the view form the KAMC Studios as heavy rainfall enters the southwestern side of Lubbock.
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BexarCountySevereWX Sep 21
Never ever leave a child in a parked alone ... Texas heat will kill...
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Texas Storm Chasers Sep 21
645PM: Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected this evening and overnight across the southern half of the Texas Panhandle, West Texas, south into the Permian Basin and Trans-Pecos. Those green-shaded counties are included in a flood watch.
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