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HOT - TODAY INTO NEXT MONDAY!

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T-Storms Have Been The Theme Of The Summer In SE NM.
This One Produced Locally Heavy Rain Over Lakewood Just Before Sunset.

It will be hot again today, and hotter still for the next several days, with our afternoon highs ranging from near 100 - 105. This is courtesy of an upper level ridge of high pressure the will be centered over the region into the first of next week. A cold front will try to sneak into the area by around Sunday or Monday...and may boost our chances for T-Storms.

On August 12, 1977 Artesia Recorded 2.30" of Rain.

On August 12, 1989 Ruidoso Recorded 2.12" of Rain.

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