Good morning, folks!

Starting the morning with temperatures in the 60s and 50s. The highs for today will be in the 70s with more rain in the forecast for this morning and afternoon. Showers will pulse through the Panhandle with some embedded thunderstorms. Rain will be scattered to isolated as it diminished by the late evening hours. The Strom Prediction Center has the Panhandle under a general chance for storms for today and Tuesday. Our main threats will be flooding as we have seen excessive flooding for the past two weeks. With very saturated soils it will not take much for flooding to occur. A flood warning for Potter and Randall County will remain in effect until Friday evening. The chance of severe weather will increase through the workweek with a marginal risk return on Wednesday across our western counties. 

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Meteorologist Maria Pasillas 

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