Quote- "An upper level storm system will slowly approach west Texas and southeast New Mexico tonight. Surface low pressure will be located in the vicinity of southeast New Mexico, while a dryline extends southward through the Lower Trans Pecos region.
Scattered thunderstorms will develop across southeast New Mexico, the Permian Basin, and the Lower Trans Pecos region this evening.
A few storms could become severe across locations east of a Midland and Odessa, Bakersfield, Sanderson line. Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary severe hazards, though an isolated tornado will be possible."
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