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20% -30% Chance For A T-Storm Today.

Red Sky In The Morning - Sailors Take Warning.
Maybe...That Saying Doesn't Always Apply In The Desert SW.


A couple of upper level disturbances will zip overhead today in the southwesterly flow aloft, as the Western US upper level trough of low pressure, swings across northern New Mexico. Enough low level moisture, atmospheric instability, and convergence along the dryline, will kick up a few scattered thunderstorms today. Locally heavy rain, small hail, and gusty winds will be possible with the stronger of the storms.

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