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‘The Rain Just Keeps Coming’: Storms Hit West Texas, Leading To Significant Flooding

Parts of West Texas have seen over a half-foot of rainfall in the last few days, which has led to flooded neighborhoods, vehicle rescues and at least one death so far.

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Severe Weather Outbreak Expected From Permian Basin To Panhandle And Oklahoma

By Sally Beauvais A strong spring storm system is expected to bring unusually severe weather to parts of West Texas beginning on Monday afternoon. Supercell thunderstorms moving throughout the area could bring high winds, giant hail, and strong tornadoes. The … Continue reading

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“Slam Dunk” Chance for Snow Thursday through Friday

Sometimes the National Weather Service just has a way with words. The latest forecast discussion – the jargony, insiders-only-style forecast hidden deep in the often mysterious weather service web portal – says we’re definitely in store for at least some snow … Continue reading

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