Memorial Day Weekend Weather Outlook

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AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) – Good Saturday evening everyone, we’ve had a breezy/warm day with highs in the upper 80’s and low 90’s. We do have a chance for severe weather for our eastern counties through our evening hours with high winds, large hail and heavy rainfall. Tornado risk is low. For Sunday we will be a bit cooler in the mid to upper 50’s but breezy throughout the day, we’ll have another chance for severe weather later in our evening hours creating a squall line over Amarillo and stretching far north and south with high winds and hail being the primary threat. Monday we have a cold front moving through, dropping our temperatures down to the upper 60’s and low 70’s with a chance of scattered thunderstorms and showers throughout our early afternoon hours. Tuesday and Wednesday will be partly to mostly cloudy with highs in the upper 70’s with possibly a chance for storms south. Thursday and Friday a chance for storms is greater with highs in the upper 70’s again. Saturday will be partly cloudy with highs in the low 80’s. Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

Tomorrow may see a better chance of scattered thunderstorms, as a weak cold front drifts in from the north.  Any storms the develop could be severe with hail, high winds, and heavy rain.  Temperatures look to range from the upper 70’s north to the low 90’s south.  Amarillo should see a breezy high in the 80s.

A live blog with watches, warnings, photos, and video will appear below:

7:33 PM:

Severe Thunderstorm Warning:

7:30 PM:

Severe Thunderstorm Warning for following areas:

7:00 PM:

TORNADO WARNING FOR FOLLOWING AREAS:

6:40 P.M:

The National Weather Service In Amarillo Has Issued A

Severe Thunderstorm Warning For…
Central Beaver County In The Panhandle Of Oklahoma…

  • Until 7:45 PM. At 6:40 P.M., A Severe Thunderstorm Was Located Over Balko, Or 14
    Miles Southwest Of Beaver, Moving Northeast At 20 Mph. Hazard 60 Mph Wind Gusts And Quarter Size Hail.

5:32 P.M:

Severe Thunderstorm Warning For Northern Lynn County In Northwestern Texas Lubbock County In Northwestern Texas Floyd County In Northwestern Texas Crosby County In Northwestern Texas Eastern Hale County In Northwestern Texas Until 6:30 P.M

5:30 P.M:

A Severe Thunderstorm Warning Remains In Effect Until 5:45 P.M.
For Southwestern Carson And Southeastern Potter Counties At 5:29 P.M, A Severe Thunderstorm Was Located 11 Miles Northwest Of Washburn, Or 12 Miles Northeast Of Amarillo, Moving Northeast At
20 Mph. Hazard Quarter Size Hail.

5:25 P.M:

Severe Thunderstorm Warning:

Northeastern Armstrong County In The Panhandle Of Texas
Northern Donley County In The Panhandle Of Texas Until 6:15 P.M. At 5:25 P.M, A Severe Thunderstorm Was Located 4 Miles East Of
Goodnight, Or 13 Miles Northwest Of Clarendon, Moving East At 40
Mph. Hazard 60 Mph Wind Gusts And Half Dollar Size Hail.

4:59 P.M:

Severe Thunderstorm Warning:

4:42 P.M:

Severe T-Storm Warning:

4:15 P.M:

Severe T-Storm Warnings:

We are waking up to a partly cloudy sky with lows close to 60.  As the day unfolds, a mostly sunny sky is expected with breezy southwest winds of 15 to 25 mph.  Temperatures should respond, heating into a range of upper 80s to mid-90s during the afternoon.  Also, a thunderstorm or two could develop across our far southeast counties this evening.  If the storms fire, they could pulse strong to severe with pockets of hail, high winds, and heavy rain

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