Briscoe Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Areal Flood Warning
Statement as of 7:56 PM CDT on July 06, 2015

... A Flood Warning remains in effect until 915 PM CDT for
southeastern Swisher... northwestern Floyd... southwestern Briscoe and
northeastern Hale counties...

At 749 PM CDT... Doppler radar shows that the heavy rain that
prompted the Flood Warning has moved off to the northeast of the
area... but not before dropping a large swath of 1 to 3 inches... with
locally higher amounts. The heaviest rain fell from Silverton to
east of Tulia to near Aiken. Although the heaviest rain has
ended... additional light to moderate rain will continue and this
could aggravate the flooding as the earlier heavy rain continues to
drain.

Some locations that will experience flooding include...
Silverton... Lockney... Claytonville... Aiken and South Plains.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flood Warning means that flooding is imminent or has been
reported. Excessive runoff from heavy rainfall will cause flooding
of small creeks and streams and highways. Additionally... country
roads and farmlands along the banks of creeks... streams and other
low lying areas are subject to flooding.


Lat... Lon 3445 10180 3456 10172 3456 10129 3452 10112
      3439 10110 3430 10122 3404 10141 3403 10163


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Flash Flood Watch
Statement as of 1:37 PM CDT on July 06, 2015

... Flash Flood Watch in effect through Tuesday morning...

The National Weather Service in Lubbock has issued a

* Flash Flood Watch for portions of northwest Texas and the
Panhandle of Texas... including the following areas... in
northwest Texas... Childress... Cottle... Crosby... Dickens...
Floyd... Hale... Hockley... King... Lamb... Lubbock and Motley. In
the Panhandle of Texas... Briscoe... Castro... Hall and Swisher.

* Through Tuesday morning

* widespread thunderstorms capable of producing very heavy
rainfall rates will develop and spread east across the South
Plains... rolling plains and southern Panhandle through tonight.
A frontal boundary moving into the area will encourage
redevelopment with more than one round of slow moving
thunderstorms possible.

* Generally 1.5 to 3 inches of rainfall can be expected by Tuesday
morning however locally higher amounts in excess of 4 inches
are possible. Rainfall rates may exceed 2 inches per hour at
times.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.





Local Storm Report


07/06/2015 0554 PM

Silverton, Briscoe County.

Heavy rain m3.13 inch, reported by broadcast media.


            Silverton h.S. Schoolnet site





07/06/2015 0554 PM

Silverton, Briscoe County.

Heavy rain m3.13 inch, reported by broadcast media.


            Silverton h.S. Schoolnet site





07/06/2015 0554 PM

Silverton, Briscoe County.

Heavy rain m3.13 inch, reported by broadcast media.


            Silverton h.S. Schoolnet site





07/06/2015 0554 PM

Silverton, Briscoe County.

Heavy rain m3.13 inch, reported by broadcast media.


            Silverton h.S. Schoolnet site



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