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Our Best Chances For Rain For Awhile Today Into Friday.









A weak and slow moving cold front draped across the area will be the focus for thunderstorms today into Friday. The front will have little affect on our afternoon high temperatures. Our afternoon highs are forecast to be in the upper 90's today, the low-mid 90's on Friday, and the mid-upper 90's Saturday and Sunday.


Today's crop of thunderstorms will be capable of producing heavy rainfall which may lead to localized flash flooding. As has been the case so far this summer, and will continue to be the case for some time to come, the burn scar areas in the Guadalupe, Sacramento, and Capitan Mountains,  and locations below them, will be especially vulnerable to flash flooding. 


Please do not attempt to cross a flooded arroyo, flooded small streams, or other flood prone low lying areas. Most flash flood deaths in New Mexico occur in automobiles and at night. Remember..."Turn Around - Don't Drown."


Some of the stronger thunderstorms may also produce strong wind gusts (wet microbursts). 

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