72
      Wednesday
      91 / 56
      Thursday
      87 / 57
      Friday
      84 / 52

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      From Storm Search 7 Chief Meteorologist Steve Kersh -


      TONIGHT - M. Clear & Mild ( TORNADO WATCH IN EFFECT FOR THE EASTERN/NORTHEASTERN TX/OK PANHANDLES UNTIL MIDNIGHT!)

      Low: 56

      Wind: S/SW 10-20 mph


      WEDNESDAY- M. Sunny, HOT & Dry

      High: 91

      Wind: SW 10-20 mph


      WEDNESDAY NIGHT - M. Clear & Mild

      Low: 57

      Wind: SW 10-20 mph


      THURSDAY - M.Sunny, Very Warm, Windy (PM) & Dry

      High: 87

      Wind: SW 10-20 mph AM / 20-30 mph and gusty PM


      EXTENDED FORECAST - While Eastern New Mexico and the western and central Panhandles have seen very little rain and stormy weather lately, the eastern Panhandles and especially the southeastern TX Panhandle, continue to get hammered with severe weather! We will see more severe t-storms over the far eastern Panhandles on Wednesday with the majority of the area staying dry. We will see a weak cold front blow through on Thursday and that will keep our area dry and seasonably warm on Thursday and Friday with highs in the mid and upper 80s. As we head into the Memorial Day weekend, Saturday will be dry and seasonably warm with highs in the mid 80s. We will see rain and t-storm chances re-enter the forecast for Sunday and Memorial Day with some isolated severe weather possible...large hail and damaging winds will be the primary severe weather threats we could face. We will keep the slight chance of t-storms for Tuesday as well with highs in the mid 80s.


      For more weather information, you can follow me on Twitter at @SteveKersh7 and on Facebook at Storm Search 7 Chief Meteorologist Steve Kersh.

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