Unseasonably Hot For The Rest Of The Week.


(Wednesday Sept 19, 2012).



High temps across southeastern New Mexico yesterday afternoon were mostly in the low-mid 90's. Similar readings are forecast today into the weekend. Sunny skies are expected as well.


(September 20th).

Roswell 84 - 56
Artesia 88 - 56
Carlsbad 88 - 59
Hobbs 86 - 59
Tatum 85 - 54
Ruidoso 75 - 41
Elk 79 - 48
Cloudcroft 67 - 44

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