Howdy folks and good Tuesday morning. Rain and thunder are lingering in the area this morning rotating around an upper-level low. This system will keep rain over the Panhandles for much of the day before moving out this afternoon, allowing for another round in our southwestern counties. Again, large hail and strong straight-line winds will be the main threats from the later storms, but tornadoes will be possible also. Keep tuned to KAMR Local 4 for severe weather updates today. You'll need your umbrellas and perhaps a jacket as well as we only heat up to the 60s and 70s. Flooded roadways will also be a concern as the day goes on, with an additional 2 to 4 inches of rain on the way.
The dryline moves to the eastern Texas Panhandle tomorrow as temperatures jump back to the 80s during the day time. Thunderstorms will move east as well but come back west on Thursday.
Mother's Day weekend is looking to be dry and pleasant.
Enjoy the rain and have a great day!
Meteorologist Chris Martin
Average High: 77
Average Low: 48
Year-to-Date Precipitation: 5.34"
Drying Potential: Moderate
Pan Evaporation: 0.18"
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