Our Crazy April Temperature Roller Coaster Ride Continues.
65-Degree Temperature Spread Across The Cold Front.
What an amazing cold front for the end of April! Temperatures at 1 PM MDT were ranging from the 20's across eastern Wyoming, to 90+ across southeastern New Mexico southward into west Texas.
This next blast of cold air will arrive in southeastern New Mexico late tonight into tomorrow morning. A Wind Advisory has been posted for Chaves County tonight into tomorrow morning for northeasterly winds sustained at around 25 - 35 mph with gusts of up around 50 mph that will accompany the frontal passage. I would not be surprised to see additional advisories or warnings issued this evening for the rest of the local area.
Blowing dust will accompany the frontal boundary passage, and will persists well into the night in some areas. Watch those sudden drops in the visibility down to less than 3 miles in some places, and even down to near zero at times in our more dust prone locations.
Much colder air will overspread the area tomorrow behind the front with most of us struggling to get out of the 50's for highs. In fact its possible that places like Clovis and Lubbock may not even make it out of the 40's. Utterly ridiculous temperatures for the end of April. Id much rather be chasing a supercell thunderstorm.
The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!
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