An active pattern returns starting the middle of next week...more wind and dust for us.
Windy and dusty weather looks like it will return to southeastern New Mexico and nearby areas by Wednesday. This mornings 12Z run of the GFS model brings the center of the 500 millibar low near the Four Corners by sunset Wednesday.
So once again this means that we will get the tail end or southern end of the storm, which of course means strong southwesterly wind gusts.
Some of these gusts may be in the 50 - 60 mph range across the valley floors with higher gusts possible in the mountains, especially the Guadalupe's.
It also appears that the dryline will setup along or near the NM/TX state line Wednesday afternoon. Whether or not we will see an outbreak of severe thunderstorm along and east of it is still up in the air at this time.
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