More Of The Same - Hot, Hot, And Hot.








Valid Friday.

NWS NDFD Normal High Temperatures.

Valid Friday.


Albuquerque.


Roswell.


Carlsbad.


El Paso.


Ruidoso.


Cloudcroft.


More of the same coming up for the next seven days or more. Hot, hot, and hot. In fact this morning's European Computer Model (ECMWF) forecast for Carlsbad shows a high on this coming Friday of 109ºF, 107ºF on Saturday, 108ºF on Sunday, and 107ºF next Monday. In fact this one particular model run keeps Carlsbad above 100ºF through Friday, June 23rd. 

Relief can be found in the mountains with Cloudcroft to only reach the low 80's at times over the next five days. This at almost 9,000' above sea level - which is pretty toasty for them. 

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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