A Beautiful New Mexico Early Fall Weekend.
This Mornings Temps At Sunrise.
HRRR Dew Point Temperatures At 7 AM MDT This Morning.
A Pacific cold front swept eastward across New Mexico and west Texas overnight. Its really easy to see where the front was located at sunrise this morning. A much cooler and drier airmass has moved in behind the front. The Gulf moisture has been swept eastward out of the area with our dew point temperatures running in the 30's this morning, verses the 50's and 60's yesterday.
NWS Midland, TX Dual Polarization Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.
Using GRLevel 3_2.00 Software.
Most of yesterday afternoons and evenings thunderstorms managed to stay east of the Pecos River.
Yesterday's High Temps.
Today's High Temps.
Valid At 4 PM MDT Today.
00Z/6 PM MDT ECMWF Temperature Anomaly Forecast.
Valid At Noon MDT Today.
Sunday Morning Low Temps.
Valid At 7 AM MDT Sunday.
Sunday Afternoon High Temps.
Valid At 5 PM MDT Sunday.
Monday Morning Low Temps.
12Z 6 AM MDT WRF/NAM Forecast Temps.
Valid At 6 AM MDT Monday.
A beautiful weekend is in store for us across the Land of Enchantment. Our highs today and Sunday across southeastern New Mexico are forecast to be in the 70's. Our morning lows tomorrow morning and Monday morning are forecast to range from the mid 40's to the low 50's.
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