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More Rumbles Of Thunder & Hot.





Still Shots Of The Lightning Video I Shot On 7-28-2010.
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Thunderstorms returned to SE NM yesterday afternoon and evening. Today's weather, as well as Tuesday's, should see a repeat of Sunday's weather. Scattered T-Storms should pop up by around noontime, and continue until around midnight. It will continue to be hot all week, with afternoon highs hovering around 100 today and tomorrow, with 100-105 for the rest of the week.

A Few Of The Heavier 24 Hour Rainfall Totals-

Queen Raws .41"
0.6 S Pinon .38"
2.0 N Downtown Carlsbad .35"
Bat Draw Raws-3 Miles E of Queen .25"
Caprock Raws .21"
McKittrick Canyon Raws .20"
Paduca Raws .16"
Dog Canyon Raws .15"
Downtown Carlsbad .10"


The Roswell Climate Coop Station recorded 4.57" of rain.


The Hobbs Climate Coop Station recorded 4.45" of rain.


The Carlsbad Airport recorded 2.33" of rain.

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