Eddy

Chaves

Lea

Thunderstorm Complexes Moving South Through NM This AM.






(As Of 6 AM MDT This Morning).












Yesterday was hot and somewhat humid. Carlsbad checked in with 101°F at the airport. Today will be cooler behind the cold front with most of the southeastern plains climbing up into the 80's to near 90. It will be in the 60's and 70's in the Sacramento mountains. 

Regional radar and satellite data show a couple of thunderstorm complexes (MCS) moving southward through New Mexico early this morning. One was located over the northeastern plains, a second one was developing over the eastern plains, and a third was located over south central New Mexico extending eastward into the southeastern plains near Roswell. These thunderstorm complexes are moving off to the south and southwest. 

Additional development will continue locally into the forenoon hour before this activity dissipates. A few scattered afternoon and early evening thunderstorms will also develop today. Later tonight another complex of thunderstorms may develop and move south into the southeastern plains from the eastern plains of the state. Locally heavy rainfall will again be possible in some areas.

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

Current NWS Watches & Warnings

Current NWS Watches & Warnings
Click On The Map For More Information.

SPC Watches In Effect.

SPC Watches In Effect.
Click On The Map For More Information.

Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria
Click On The Map For More Information.

Intellicast Regional Radar

Intellicast Regional Radar

NWS Midland

NWS Midland
Click On The Map For More Information

NWS Midland Radar

NWS Midland Radar

NWS Albuquerque

NWS Albuquerque
Click On The Map For More Information

Cannon AFB Radar

Cannon AFB Radar

NWS Albuquerque Radar

NWS Albuquerque Radar

NWS El Paso.

NWS El Paso.
Click On The Map For More Information

NWS Santa Teresa Radar

NWS Santa Teresa Radar

Holloman AFB Radar

Holloman AFB Radar

NWS Lubbock.

NWS Lubbock.
Click On The Map For More Information

NWS Lubbock Radar

NWS Lubbock Radar

#NM WX

My Tweets