Thunderstorms Fire Along A Cold Front In E/SE NM.
Roswell, NM This Morning.
Photos Courtesy of Chaves Co Skywarn Spotter Jim Tucker.
A large cluster of thunderstorms covers much of Eastern New Mexico early Monday morning. These thunderstorms formed along and behind a slow moving cold front. The highest/coldest tops can be seen in the Infrared Satellite photo...the red colors.
0.3 SSW Roswell 2.32"
7.6 NW Roswell 2.17"
10.0 W Roswell 2.11"
4.1 NNE Roswell 2.05"
3.2 W Portales 2.02"
Melrose Bombing Range-West of Clovis 2.00"
Portales CW8099 1.77"
8-Mile Draw Raws-18 Miles NE of Roswell 1.64"
Cannon AFB-Clovis 1.30"
Roswell Airport .22"
Additional Rainfall Reports From Roswell, NM
Courtesy of Don Niccum Operations Manager - KCKN News
Near East Grand Plains .90"
Also Near East Grand Plains 1.20"
West Roswell 1.70"
2600 Block of South Sunset 3.00"
Blue Mountain Rd Off North Main Near Sams Club 3.00"
Isler Rd Northeast of Roswell 3.10"
West Church St Near Roswell High School 3.50"
Near The North Chaves Co & Lincoln Co Line 4.50"
Berrendo Rd & North Main St 5.00"
Numerous roads closed and impassable in Roswell, NM at 5:30 AM MDT this morning, due to the heavy overnight rainfall and flash flooding.
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