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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AMARILLO TX
407 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

OKZ001>003-TXZ001>020-272115-
CIMARRON-TEXAS-BEAVER-DALLAM-SHERMAN-HANSFORD-OCHILTREE-LIPSCOMB-
HARTLEY-MOORE-HUTCHINSON-ROBERTS-HEMPHILL-OLDHAM-POTTER-CARSON-
GRAY-WHEELER-DEAF SMITH-RANDALL-ARMSTRONG-DONLEY-COLLINGSWORTH-
407 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR THE TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA
PANHANDLES.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

PERIODS OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL IMPACT THE TEXAS AND
OKLAHOMA PANHANDLES TODAY AND TONIGHT. NO ORGANIZED OR WIDESPREAD
SEVERE WEATHER IS EXPECTED...BUT A FEW STORMS MAY POSE A THREAT FOR
LOCALIZED AND BRIEF DAMAGING WIND GUSTS. THE PRIMARY THREAT HOWEVER
WILL BE THE POTENTIAL FOR LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL WHICH MAY RESULT IN
INSTANCES OF FLASH FLOODING.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY.

INTERMITTENT PERIODS OF THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO OCCUR OVER MUCH
OF THE TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA PANHANDLES THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT. THE MOST
LIKELY TIMEFRAME FOR SEVERE STORMS WILL BE LATE THURSDAY...WHEN SOME
STORMS MAY PRODUCE DAMAGING WIND GUSTS AND LARGE HAIL UP TO THE SIZE
OF HALF DOLLARS. OTHERWISE...THE RISK OF ORGANIZED HEAVY RAINFALL
AND FLASH FLOODING MAY INCREASE BY THURSDAY NIGHT AND EARLY FRIDAY.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTERS AND LOCAL OFFICIALS ARE ASKED TO RELAY REPORTS OF SEVERE
WEATHER...INCLUDING INFORMATION ABOUT FLOODING OR FLASH FLOODING...TO
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE IN AMARILLO.

$$

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LUBBOCK TX
547 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

TXZ021>044-281100-
PARMER-CASTRO-SWISHER-BRISCOE-HALL-CHILDRESS-BAILEY-LAMB-HALE-
FLOYD-MOTLEY-COTTLE-COCHRAN-HOCKLEY-LUBBOCK-CROSBY-DICKENS-KING-
YOAKUM-TERRY-LYNN-GARZA-KENT-STONEWALL-
547 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR THE EXTREME SOUTHERN TEXAS
PANHANDLE...SOUTH PLAINS AND ROLLING PLAINS.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

SCATTERED THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING IS
EXPECTED TO BE CONCENTRATED FROM THE WESTERN SOUTH PLAINS INTO THE
FAR SOUTHERN TEXAS PANHANDLE. THESE STORMS ARE NOT EXPECTED TO BE
SEVERE...BUT THEY COULD PRODUCE STRONG WINDS GUSTS AND LOCALLY HEAVY
RAIN WHICH COULD LEAD TO MINOR FLOODING.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY

THE PROBABILITY OF HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS LOW.

$$

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORMAN OK
455 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

OKZ004>048-050>052-TXZ083>090-281000-
HARPER-WOODS-ALFALFA-GRANT-KAY-ELLIS-WOODWARD-MAJOR-GARFIELD-
NOBLE-ROGER MILLS-DEWEY-CUSTER-BLAINE-KINGFISHER-LOGAN-PAYNE-
BECKHAM-WASHITA-CADDO-CANADIAN-OKLAHOMA-LINCOLN-GRADY-MCCLAIN-
CLEVELAND-POTTAWATOMIE-SEMINOLE-HUGHES-HARMON-GREER-KIOWA-JACKSON-
TILLMAN-COMANCHE-STEPHENS-GARVIN-MURRAY-PONTOTOC-COAL-COTTON-
JEFFERSON-CARTER-JOHNSTON-ATOKA-LOVE-MARSHALL-BRYAN-HARDEMAN-
FOARD-WILBARGER-WICHITA-KNOX-BAYLOR-ARCHER-CLAY-
455 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF NORTHERN...
WESTERN...CENTRAL...AND SOUTHERN OKLAHOMA...AND WESTERN NORTH
TEXAS.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT...

.THUNDERSTORMS...
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND NON-SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE
OVER FAR NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS. HEAVY
RAINFALL AND LOCALIZED FLOODING WILL BE THE MAIN CONCERN WITH
THIS ACTIVITY. STORMS SHOULD DECREASE IN COVERAGE AND INTENSITY
FROM LATE MORNING THROUGH EARLY AFTERNOON.

LATER THIS AFTERNOON...ADDITIONAL THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED
TO DEVELOP OVER THE TEXAS AND OKLAHOMA PANHANDLES AND FAR
NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA. A FEW STRONG TO MARGINALLY SEVERE
STORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE...MAINLY NORTH OF A CHEROKEE TO SEILING
TO ELK CITY LINE. STRONGER STORMS MAY BE ACCOMPANIED BY WIND
GUSTS TO 60 MPH...FREQUENT LIGHTNING...AND VERY HEAVY RAINFALL.
STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO PERSIST INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS AS A
SLOW MOVING FRONT AND UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM MOVE INTO WESTERN
OKLAHOMA. WHILE A FEW STRONG STORMS WILL REMAIN POSSIBLE...THE
MAIN HAZARD WILL TRANSITION TO A HEAVY RAINFALL AND LOCALIZED
FLOODING THREAT.

.HEAT...
AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL ONCE AGAIN RANGE FROM THE MID
90S TO LOW 100S TODAY. THIS COMBINED WITH INCREASING MOISTURE
WILL RESULT IN HEAT INDEX VALUES AROUND 100 DEGREES MOST PLACES.
FOLLOW HEAT SAFETY GUIDELINES TO PROTECT FROM HEAT RELATED ILLNESS
AND INJURY.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY...

.THUNDERSTORMS...
AS A SLOW MOVING UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM AND COLD FRONT MOVE
ACROSS THE REGION...THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL BE ON THE RISE
FROM THURSDAY THROUGH THE WEEKEND. THIS SYSTEM SHOULD EXIT THE
REGION BY EARLY SUNDAY...BUT ANOTHER FRONT IS EXPECTED TO APPROACH
NORTHERN OKLAHOMA EARLY NEXT WEEK...RESULTING IN ANOTHER CHANCE
OF SHOWERS AND STORMS.

HEAVY RAINFALL...STRONG GUSTY WINDS...AND FREQUENT LIGHTNING MAY
ACCOMPANY STRONGER STORMS THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY...BUT
ORGANIZED SEVERE WEATHER APPEARS UNLIKELY.

GET GRAPHICS AND MORE DETAILS AT WEATHER.GOV/NORMAN...AND FOLLOW
OUR WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK.

$$

AUSTIN

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DODGE CITY KS
405 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

KSZ030-031-043>046-061>066-074>081-084>090-280915-
TREGO-ELLIS-SCOTT-LANE-NESS-RUSH-HAMILTON-KEARNY-FINNEY-HODGEMAN-
PAWNEE-STAFFORD-STANTON-GRANT-HASKELL-GRAY-FORD-EDWARDS-KIOWA-
PRATT-MORTON-STEVENS-SEWARD-MEADE-CLARK-COMANCHE-BARBER-
405 AM CDT WED AUG 27 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF CENTRAL...SOUTH
CENTRAL...SOUTHWEST AND WEST CENTRAL KANSAS.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL BRIEFLY TAPER OFF THIS MORNING.
THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL THEN IMPROVE ACROSS ALL OF WESTERN
KANSAS BY THE MID AFTERNOON AND THEN CONTINUE THROUGH THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS. SOME THUNDERSTORMS LATE TODAY AND EARLY THIS
EVENING WILL BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING PERIODS OF HEAVY RAINFALL.
ACROSS WEST CENTRAL AND NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS HAIL UP TO THE SIZE
OF QUARTERS AND AND WIND GUSTS UP TO 60 MPH WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY

THERE WILL BE A CHANCE FOR THUNDERSTORMS FROM THURSDAY THROUGH
SATURDAY. A FEW STRONG THUNDERSTORMS THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT
WILL BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING PERIODS OF HEAVY RAINFALL, SMALL HAIL
AND GUSTY WINDS.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION MAY BE REQUIRED AFTER 4 PM NORTH OF A JOHNSON
CITY TO GARDEN CITY TO NEAR RUSH CENTER LINE.

&&
BURGERT
FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBPAGE AT HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/DDC

$$

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PUEBLO CO
936 PM MDT TUE AUG 26 2014

COZ058>089-093>099-280345-
WESTERN MOSQUITO RANGE/EAST LAKE COUNTY ABOVE 11000 FT-
LEADVILLE VICINITY/LAKE COUNTY BELOW 11000 FT-
EASTERN SAWATCH MOUNTAINS ABOVE 11000 FT-
WESTERN CHAFFEE COUNTY BETWEEN 9000 AND 11000 FT-
CENTRAL CHAFFEE COUNTY BELOW 9000 FT-
WESTERN MOSQUITO RANGE/EAST CHAFFEE COUNTY ABOVE 9000 FT-
SAGUACHE COUNTY WEST OF CONTINENTAL DIVIDE BELOW 10000 FT-
SAGUACHE COUNTY EAST OF CONTINENTAL DIVIDE BELOW 10000 FT-
LA GARITA MOUNTAINS ABOVE 10000 FT-
UPPER RIO GRANDE VALLEY/EASTERN SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS BELOW 10000 FT-
EASTERN SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS ABOVE 10000 FT-
DEL NORTE VICINITY/NORTHERN SAN LUIS VALLEY BELOW 8500 FT-
ALAMOSA VICINITY/CENTRAL SAN LUIS VALLEY BELOW 8500 FT-
SOUTHERN SAN LUIS VALLEY-
NORTHERN SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS BETWEEN 8500 AND 11000 FT-
NORTHERN SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS ABOVE 11000 FEET-
SOUTHERN SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS BETWEEN 7500 AND 11000 FT-
SOUTHERN SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS ABOVE 11000 FT-
NORTHWESTERN FREMONT COUNTY ABOVE 8500 FT-
WESTERN/CENTRAL FREMONT COUNTY BELOW 8500 FT-
WET MOUNTAIN VALLEY BELOW 8500 FEET-
WET MOUNTAINS BETWEEN 6300 AND 10000 FT-
WET MOUNTAINS ABOVE 10000 FT-
TELLER COUNTY/RAMPART RANGE ABOVE 7500 FT/PIKES PEAK BETWEEN
7500 AND 11000 FT-PIKES PEAK ABOVE 11000 FT-
CANON CITY VICINITY/EASTERN FREMONT COUNTY-
NORTHERN EL PASO COUNTY/MONUMENT RIDGE/RAMPART RANGE BELOW
7500 FT-
COLORADO SPRINGS VICINITY/SOUTHERN EL PASO COUNTY/RAMPART RANGE
BELOW 7400 FT-PUEBLO AND VICINITY/PUEBLO COUNTY BELOW 6300 FT-
WALSENBURG VICINITY/UPPER HUERFANO RIVER BASIN BELOW 7500 FT-
TRINIDAD VICINITY/WESTERN LAS ANIMAS COUNTY BELOW 7500 FT-
CROWLEY COUNTY-LA JUNTA VICINITY/OTERO COUNTY-
EASTERN LAS ANIMAS COUNTY-WESTERN KIOWA COUNTY-
EASTERN KIOWA COUNTY-LAS ANIMAS VICINITY/BENT COUNTY-
LAMAR VICINITY/PROWERS COUNTY-SPRINGFIELD VICINITY/BACA COUNTY-
936 PM MDT TUE AUG 26 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF CENTRAL...EAST
CENTRAL...SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST COLORADO.

.DAY ONE...TONIGHT

THE THREAT OF LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN CAUSING FLASH FLOODING WILL
CONTINUE OVERNIGHT ACROSS THE FAR SOUTHEAST COLORADO PLAINS
ADJACENT TO KANSAS.  ELSEWHERE...SHOWERS AND A FEW THUNDERSTORMS
ARE EXPECTED...BUT RAINFALL INTENSITIES ARE NOT EXPECTED TO CAUSE
FLASH FLOODING. THE OTHER CONCERN TONIGHT WILL BE LIGHTNING.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE EXPECTED
OVER AND NEAR THE HIGHER TERRAIN WEDNESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY...AS
AN UNSEASONABLY COOL UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM MOVES SLOWLY ACROSS
THE STATE. ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
EXPECTED OVER THE SOUTHEAST COLORADO PLAINS THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT
AS WELL. WITH ABUNDANT MONSOON MOISTURE OVER THE AREA...FLASH
FLOODING WILL BE POSSIBLE OVER MUCH OF THE AREA. OTHER STORM
THREATS WILL INCLUDE LIGHTNING AND WIND GUSTS TO 40 MPH. SOME OF
THE STRONGER STORMS MAY BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING HAIL UP TO 1 INCH
IN DIAMETER.

THERE WILL ALSO BE THE POTENTIAL FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF ACCUMULATING
SNOWFALL ACROSS THE HIGHER MOUNTAIN PEAKS WEDNESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY.

WARMER AND DRIER AIR WILL START TO MOVE INTO THE AREA ON FRIDAY
WHICH WILL CONTINUE INTO THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY WEEKEND. THERE
WILL...HOWEVER...BE ENOUGH MOISTURE TO SUPPORT SOME ISOLATED
AFTERNOON AND EVENING THUNDERSTORMS...ESPECIALLY OVER AND NEAR THE
HIGHER TERRAIN.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

WEATHER CONDITIONS THAT MEET REPORTING CRITERIA FOR SPOTTERS WILL BE
POSSIBLE OVER THE FAR SOUTHEAST PLAINS OVERNIGHT.

$$

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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE NM
549 AM MDT TUE AUG 26 2014

NMZ501>540-271200-
NORTHWEST PLATEAU-CHUSKA MOUNTAINS-FAR NORTHWEST HIGHLANDS-
NORTHWEST HIGHLANDS-WEST CENTRAL PLATEAU-WEST CENTRAL MOUNTAINS-
WEST CENTRAL HIGHLANDS-SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS-
SAN FRANCISCO RIVER VALLEY-SAN JUAN MOUNTAINS-JEMEZ MOUNTAINS-
WEST SLOPES SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS-
NORTHERN SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS ABOVE 9500 FEET/RED RIVER-
SOUTHERN SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS ABOVE 9500 FEET-
EAST SLOPES SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS-UPPER RIO GRANDE VALLEY-
LOWER CHAMA RIVER VALLEY-SANTA FE METRO AREA-ALBUQUERQUE METRO AREA-
LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY-SANDIA/MANZANO MOUNTAINS-ESTANCIA VALLEY-
CENTRAL HIGHLANDS-SOUTH CENTRAL HIGHLANDS-UPPER TULAROSA VALLEY-
SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS-RATON RIDGE/JOHNSON MESA-
FAR NORTHEAST HIGHLANDS-NORTHEAST HIGHLANDS-UNION COUNTY-
HARDING COUNTY-EASTERN SAN MIGUEL COUNTY-GUADALUPE COUNTY-
QUAY COUNTY-CURRY COUNTY-ROOSEVELT COUNTY-DE BACA COUNTY-
CHAVES COUNTY PLAINS-EASTERN LINCOLN COUNTY-SOUTHWEST CHAVES COUNTY-
549 AM MDT TUE AUG 26 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF NORTH AND CENTRAL
NEW MEXICO.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TODAY
AND TONIGHT WITH SOME PRODUCING HEAVY RAIN AT RATES OVER 1 INCH
PER HOUR. THIS MAY LEAD TO LOCALIZED AREAS OF FLASH FLOODING...
ESPECIALLY IN AND BELOW BURN SCARS.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY

SOME DRIER AIR WILL BEGIN TO PUSH INTO THE AREA FROM THE WEST ON
WEDNESDAY...BUT THE CHANCE FOR LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL AND FLASH
FLOODING MAY PERSIST SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 40 AND EAST OF INTERSTATE
25 THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO REPORT RAINFALL AMOUNTS AND ANY FLOODING
THROUGH THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ALBUQUERQUE WEB SITE AT
WEATHER.GOV/ABQ OR BY CALLING 1.888.386.7637.

$$

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