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Be careful driving this morning as a huge swath of the South Plains is under a dense fog advisory until 9 a.m. this morning, according to the National Weather Service office in Lubbock.The NWS says visibility is a quarter-mile or less after a dryline advancing westward brought the soupy mess into West Texas.If driving, slow down, use your headlights and leave plenty of distance between you and the vehicles ahead of you, said the NWS advisory.The advisory was called for Lubbock County and the counties of Briscoe, Childress, Cottle, Crosby, Dickens, Floyd, Garza, Hale, Hall, Kent, King, Lynn, Motley, Stonewall and Swisher.In includes the cities of Aspermont, Cedar Hill, Childress, Crosbyton, Dickens, Dumont, Finney, Graham, Guthrie, Hackberry, Jayton, Lorenzo, Matador, Memphis, O'Donnell, Paducah, Plainview, Post, Quitaque, Ralls, Roaring Springs, Silverton, Spur, Takoha, Tulia, Comment?
State Rep. Delwin Jones, R-Lubbock, told about 45 Lubbock school teachers Saturday that it is unlikely that Texas schools will be forced to close early because of a cutoff in state funds. Erratic bands of thundershowers spawned turbulent weather over the South Plains late Wednesday, setting of a confirmed funnel cloud near Spur, unleashing damaging 70-mile-an-hour winds in Dickens while scattering long-awaited and beneficial amounts of moisture along with light hail at Lamesa and along the Caprock escarpment. Comment?
Expect unseasonably warm temperatures, dry air and an elevated chance for wildfires on the South Plains before things cool down later this week. The National Weather Service in Lubbock issued a hazardous weather outlook through Tuesday for Lubbock County and much of the South Plains and rolling plains off the Caprock. Comment?
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