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000
NOUS44 KLUB 181922
PNSLUB
TXZ021>044-190730-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LUBBOCK TX
222 PM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

A PLUME OF DEEP MOISTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THE FORMER TROPICAL CYCLONE
ODILE WILL CONTINUE TO FLOW ACROSS WEST TEXAS AND PRODUCE WIDESPREAD
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE AREA THROUGH SATURDAY.
THROUGH EARLY THURSDAY AFTERNOON...MUCH OF THE SOUTH PLAINS REGION
HAS ALREADY RECEIVED ONE TO THREE INCHES OF RAINFALL...WITH LOCALLY
HEAVIER AMOUNTS UP TO AROUND FIVE OR SIX INCHES ESTIMATED BY RADAR.
BELOW IS A LIST OF SOME OF THE RAINFALL REPORTS RECEIVED BY OUR OFFICE
THROUGH 2 PM THURSDAY.

...24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS...

...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATIONS...

LUBBOCK PRESTON SMITH
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT              1.16 IN
CHILDRESS AIRPORT                  0.05 IN

...KVII-TV SCHOOLNET...

PLAINVIEW 4SSW                     4.31 IN

...WEST TEXAS MESONET...

GAIL 2ESE                          3.80 IN
POST 1NE                           3.49 IN
AMHERST 1NE                        3.34 IN
OLTON 6S                           3.21 IN
ROARING SPRINGS 3N                 3.12 IN
MULESHOE 2SSW                      3.08 IN
LAKE ALAN HENRY 1NW                3.01 IN
SLATON 2NE                         2.59 IN
FLOYDADA 2NNE                      2.40 IN
ASPERMONT 3NE                      2.29 IN
PLAINVIEW 1S                       2.28 IN
HOBBS NM 5NW                       2.01 IN
AIKEN 3WSW                         1.93 IN
ANTON 6SSW                         1.85 IN
JAYTON 1SSE                        1.67 IN
ABERNATHY 5ENE                     1.66 IN
GUTHRIE 10WSW                      1.53 IN
REESE CENTER                       1.50 IN
SPUR 1W                            1.46 IN
TAHOKA 3NNE                        1.42 IN
WHITE RIVER LAKE 6NW               1.34 IN
RALLS 1SE                          1.23 IN
O`DONNELL 1N                       1.16 IN
PADUCAH 10SW                       1.12 IN
GRAHAM 5SSW                        0.93 IN
LUBBOCK 3WNW TTU                   0.92 IN
SUNDOWN 8WSW                       0.71 IN
WOLFFORTH 6SSW                     0.67 IN
SILVERTON 7ESE                     0.55 IN
HART 3N                            0.53 IN
NORTHFIELD 1S                      0.48 IN
CAPROCK CANYONS STATE PARK         0.43 IN
MORTON 1ENE                        0.42 IN
TURKEY 2WSW                        0.41 IN
TULIA 2ENE                         0.31 IN
LEVELLAND 4S                       0.31 IN
DENVER CITY 7WNW                   0.31 IN
BROWNFIELD 2S                      0.22 IN
SEMINOLE 2NNE                      0.20 IN
LAMESA 2SE                         0.19 IN
DIMMITT 2NE                        0.12 IN
PLAINS 3N                          0.10 IN
FRIONA 2NE                         0.09 IN
SEAGRAVES 1SW                      0.08 IN

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000
NOUS44 KLUB 172018
PNSLUB
TXZ021>044-180500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LUBBOCK TX
318 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...HEAVY RAIN IS POSSIBLE AS THE REMAINS OF PACIFIC CYCLONE ODILE
APPROACH THE SOUTH PLAINS OF WEST TEXAS...

ABUNDANT MOISTURE WILL SPREAD INTO THE TEXAS SOUTH PLAINS REGION
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY IN ADVANCE OF PACIFIC TROPICAL CYCLONE ODILE.
THIS WILL LEAD TO AN INCREASING CHANCE OF LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN AND
MINOR FLOODING. RAINFALL MAY QUICKLY AMOUNT TO AN INCH OR TWO IN
SOME LOCATIONS THROUGH THURSDAY...THOUGH MOST AREAS WILL RECEIVE A
HALF INCH OR LESS. MINOR STREET FLOODING SHOULD BE EXPECTED IN
SOME AREAS.

THE REMAINS OF ODILE ARE EXPECTED TO PASS JUST NORTH OF THE AREA
LATE FRIDAY AND EARLY SATURDAY WHICH MAY LEAD TO ANOTHER ROUND OF
HEAVY RAIN. BY THE TIME THIS SYSTEM PASSES...SOME LOCATIONS COULD
SEE RAINFALL TOTALS UP TO SEVERAL INCHES. PRECISE LOCATIONS WITH
GREATEST THREAT FOR HEAVIER RAIN ARE STILL NOT CLEAR.

PERSONS PLANNING TRAVEL OR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES THROUGH SATURDAY CAN
STAY UPDATED WITH CURRENT FORECASTS ON NOAA WEATHER RADIO AND AT
WEATHER.GOV/LUB.

$$








000
NOUS44 KLUB 172018
PNSLUB
TXZ021>044-180500-

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LUBBOCK TX
318 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

...PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT...

...HEAVY RAIN IS POSSIBLE AS THE REMAINS OF PACIFIC CYCLONE ODILE
APPROACH THE SOUTH PLAINS OF WEST TEXAS...

ABUNDANT MOISTURE WILL SPREAD INTO THE TEXAS SOUTH PLAINS REGION
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY IN ADVANCE OF PACIFIC TROPICAL CYCLONE ODILE.
THIS WILL LEAD TO AN INCREASING CHANCE OF LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN AND
MINOR FLOODING. RAINFALL MAY QUICKLY AMOUNT TO AN INCH OR TWO IN
SOME LOCATIONS THROUGH THURSDAY...THOUGH MOST AREAS WILL RECEIVE A
HALF INCH OR LESS. MINOR STREET FLOODING SHOULD BE EXPECTED IN
SOME AREAS.

THE REMAINS OF ODILE ARE EXPECTED TO PASS JUST NORTH OF THE AREA
LATE FRIDAY AND EARLY SATURDAY WHICH MAY LEAD TO ANOTHER ROUND OF
HEAVY RAIN. BY THE TIME THIS SYSTEM PASSES...SOME LOCATIONS COULD
SEE RAINFALL TOTALS UP TO SEVERAL INCHES. PRECISE LOCATIONS WITH
GREATEST THREAT FOR HEAVIER RAIN ARE STILL NOT CLEAR.

PERSONS PLANNING TRAVEL OR OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES THROUGH SATURDAY CAN
STAY UPDATED WITH CURRENT FORECASTS ON NOAA WEATHER RADIO AND AT
WEATHER.GOV/LUB.

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