Hockley Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Areal Flood Advisory, Flash Flood Watch
Statement as of 1:46 AM CDT on July 07, 2015

... The Flood Advisory remains in effect until 330 am CDT for
Hockley... Terry... Lubbock and Lynn counties...

At 140 am CDT... Doppler radar indicated heavy rain stretching from
near Lubbock through Woodrow... Wilson... Tahoka and
O'Donnell... moving eastward around 15 mph... with additional light to
moderate rain over the remainder of the advisory area. Rainfall
rates will briefly exceed 2 to 4 inches per hour. This heavy rain
will continue to cause flooding in the advisory area.

Some locations that will experience flooding include...
Lubbock... Slaton... Abernathy... Tahoka... Wolfforth... Ransom
Canyon... O'Donnell... Woodrow... slide... locketville and grassland.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Excessive runoff from heavy rainfall will cause elevated levels on
small creeks and streams... and ponding of water in urban areas...
highways... streets and underpasses as well as other poor drainage
areas and low lying spots.


Lat... Lon 3296 10256 3382 10260 3383 10180 3354 10175
      3355 10156 3296 10156


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1258 am CDT Tue Jul 7 2015

... Flash Flood Watch remains in effect until 7 am CDT this
morning...

The Flash Flood Watch continues for

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

* Until 7 am CDT this morning

* widespread slow-moving thunderstorms capable of producing very
heavy rainfall will move over the southern Texas Panhandle and
much of the South Plains and rolling plains late tonight into
early Tuesday morning. In some places... this rain will fall
where 1 to 2 inches plus has already fallen earlier Monday
afternoon and evening.

* Generally 1.5 to 3 inches of rainfall can be expected by
daybreak this morning... with locally higher amounts in excess
of 4 inches 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 flooding or flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous
situation.




Record Report
Statement as of 01:26 am CDT on July 07, 2015

... Record daily maximum rainfall set at Lubbock...

a record rainfall of 2.43 inch(es) was set at Lubbock yesterday.
This breaks the old record of 1.53 set in 1960.



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