||Scattered showers and thunderstorms developed over the South Plains during the afternoon hours of the 23rd, 24th and 25th. This convection occurred beneath a tropical moisture plume that was associated with the remnants of former Pacific Tropical Storm Georgette. Localized heavy tropical downpours accompanied the stronger storms. One such storm impacted southwest Lubbock shortly before 15:30 CST on the 23rd. Rainfall amounts totaling between a half inch and an inch reportedly fell over southwest Lubbock neighborhoods in the span of only fifteen minutes. Rain waters ponded a foot high in two intersections and resulted in stalled vehicles along 98th Street at Slide and Indiana Avenues. A second storm with similar rain totals occurred shortly before 16:00 CST on the 24th. As a result, ponding water reportedly covered a portion of the 5100 block of 82nd Street. Additional showers and storms over the eastern South Plains resulted in nearly three and a half inches of rainfall in a six hour period over portions of Crosby County during the afternoon of the 25th, where ponding water filled many Crosbyton city streets.