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Our Pear Tree This Morning.

Low Clouds & Fog Return.


Captured At 5:47 AM MST This Sunday Morning.









Today.



Monday.



Low clouds and fog are working their way southward into Southeastern New Mexico once again behind a cold front. Here at our home in northwest Carlsbad our sky just went overcast at 7 AM MST. 

Local Observations At 7 AM MST indicate this also with the Roswell Airport reporting a broken layer of clouds 1,400' above the ground. The Artesia Airport was reporting an overcast layer at 1,300' and the Carlsbad Airport still reporting clear skies. The Hobbs Airport was reporting an overcast layer of stratus at 400' with a visibility of 2 miles in mist. 

Today's highs are forecast to climb up into the 50's to near 60 providing the low clouds and fog dissipate later this morning. If not then we will be colder than forecast. Back into the soup for tonight into Monday forenoon too so be careful on the roads. Local visibility's could drop down below 1/4 of a mile in fog and drizzle once again this morning and more so tonight into Monday morning. 




(November 12th).


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