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Tuesday Will Be Cold - Windy - Highs In The 40's.


 Normalized Anomalies (Units Of Standard Deviation.)
Valid @ 11 AM MST Tuesday.

Valid @ 2 PM MST Tuesday.

Valid @ 2 PM MST Tuesday.


Another beautiful day is on tap for the local area today with highs in the low-mid 70's. Patches of dense fog are forming across parts of southeastern New Mexico and west Texas early this morning, with some locations seeing the visibility dropping down to less than 1/2 of a mile. Be care on the roads.

Tuesday will not be such a nice day weather-wise. Last nights 11 PM MST run of the WRF/NAM model continues to forecast temperatures in the 30's and 40's for southeastern New Mexico tomorrow afternoon. Be sure and bundle the kids up tomorrow morning...a cold, windy and raw day is in store for us with highs in southeastern New Mexico and nearby areas only expected to be in the 30's and 40's.

But notice (on the temp forecast maps above) how much warmer it is forecast to be west of the Sacramento mountains tomorrow. This will be a shallow arctic airmass so it will have a hard time getting very far west.

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