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Severe Thunderstorm Leaves Over an Inch of Rain in Muleshoe

Saturday evening had an unexpected turn of events, as far as the weather was concerned, in Bailey and Lamb counties.

A Severe Thunderstorm stalled over central and eastern Bailey County for over a hour-and-a-half dumping large amounts of rain. Parts of Bailey County have received over 1″-2″ of rainfall and localized flooding has occured. The Texas Tech Mesonet site in Muleshoe received 0.3″ of an inch of rain from 7p-8p, with over 1.06″ of total rainfall for June 2. Also, a 45mph gust of wind was recorded at 6:45p.

To the north in Deaf Smith County, Hereford has received over 0.65″ inch of rain through 8pm.

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