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Short Term Forecast
National Weather Service Lubbock TX
1130 PM CST Sat Jan 14 2017

TXZ021-022-027-028-033-034-039-040-150700-
Parmer-Castro-Bailey-Lamb-Cochran-Hockley-Yoakum-Terry-
Including the cities of...Friona...Bovina...Farwell...Dimmitt...
Hart...Muleshoe...Littlefield...Olton...Morton...Levelland...
Denver City...Plains...Brownfield
1130 PM CST Sat Jan 14 2017

.NOW...
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will move north-
northeast at 30 mph into the southwest South Plains from the
Permian Basin while additional activity may move into the western
South Plains and southwest Texas Panhandle out of New Mexico
through 1 am. Rainfall of a few hundredths to a tenth of an inch
will be common with this activity. Some light icing is possible
north and west of Lubbock on elevated surfaces where temperatures
are at or just below freezing. Widespread fog will persist region
wide with visibilities occasionally as low as one block. Motorists
should be alert for wet and slick roadways as well as low
visibility and slow down accordingly.

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TXZ023>026-029>032-035>038-041>044-150700-
Swisher-Briscoe-Hall-Childress-Hale-Floyd-Motley-Cottle-Lubbock-
Crosby-Dickens-King-Lynn-Garza-Kent-Stonewall-
Including the cities of...Tulia...Silverton...Quitaque...
Memphis...Childress...Plainview...Cedar Hill...Matador...
Roaring Springs...Paducah...Hackberry...Lubbock...Ralls...
Crosbyton...Lorenzo...Spur...Dickens...Dumont...Finney...Grow...
Guthrie...Tahoka...ODonnell...Graham...Post...Jayton...Aspermont
1130 PM CST Sat Jan 14 2017

.NOW...
Areas of drizzle, fog and light rain showers will continue to
affect most of the South Plains, Rolling Plains and southeast
Texas Panhandle through 1 am. Areas along and east of the
Interstate 27 and Highway 87 corridor will remain at or just below
freezing which will result in additional light glazing of ice on
elevated surfaces including bridges, overpasses, trees, powerlines
and vehicles. Motorists should be alert for wet and slick roadways
as well as low visibility and slow down accordingly.

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