Briscoe Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 4:00 PM CDT on April 20, 2014

...Significant weather advisory for Briscoe and Floyd counties...

At 358 PM CDT...National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated strong thunderstorms along a line extending from 21 miles northeast of Silverton to 20 miles southwest of Silverton...moving east at 15 mph.

In addition...penny size hail...winds up to 50 mph...frequent cloud to ground lightning...brief heavy downpours...are possible with these storms.

Gusty winds may cause small branches to be blown down...and loose objects to blow around. Stay away from high objects outdoors such as trees. Seek shelter in a sturdy structure until these storms have passed.

Lat...Lon 3467 10095 3449 10095 3415 10119 3411 10157 3422 10157 3431 10149 3431 10147 3433 10147 3466 10115 time...Mot...loc 2100z 259deg 11kt 3471 10106 3422 10146


Record Report
Statement as of 01:28 am CDT on April 20, 2014

...Record daily maximum rainfall tied at Lubbock...

A record rainfall of 0.4 inches was set at Lubbock yesterday. This ties the old record of 0.4 set in 1992.

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