Continued Unseasonably Warm & Breezy.



Low-Level Gulf Of Mexico Moisture Will Pool East Of The
Dryline Tonight Across West Texas.

As An Upper-Level Disturbance Approaches From The West,
A Few Scattered T-Storms Will Fire Up Tonight Into Thursday Morning,
Along And East Of The Dryline.


SW Winds Will Increase Across SE NM Today At
Around 20-25G35 MPH. Our High Temps Will Be Near 80.
A Dry Pacific Cold Front Will Sweep Across SE NM Tonight.

Thursday Will Be Warm And Windy With SW Winds
Increasing To 25-30G40 MPH Across SE NM.
Our High Temps Will Range From The Low-Mid 70's.


The Seasons First Significant Severe Outbreak With

A Few Large And Damaging Tornadoes Will Be Possible
In/Near The Moderate Risk Area Depicted Above.


A Stronger Upper-Level Storm Will Sweep Across NM
Late This Upcoming Weekend. Very Strong Winds Aloft
(115-125 MPH At 500 MB/18,000') Will Mix Down To
The Surface, And Help Produce Very Windy Conditions

This Mornings GFS Surface Forecast Map For Noontime
Sunday Depicts A Very Deep Surface Low Over SE
Colorado. It Bottoms Out At 980 Millibars, Or
28.94" Of Mercury. A Very Tight Surface Pressure
Gradient Is Also Forecast Across E/SE NM.
Sustained Winds Of 30-40 Knots/35-45 MPH
Are Forecast For The Area.

A Potential Significant High Wind/Blowing Dust Event
Looks Possible For The Local Area This Weekend.
I Think There Is The Potential To See SW-W
Winds Gusts Of At Least 60-70 MPH Across SE NM,
And 100+ MPH Gusts in The Guadalupe's.
A Critically Dangerous Fire Weather Threat
Also Appears Likely!

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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Critical to Extreme fire weather conditions are expected today! Please be smart and try to avoid outdoor burning and starting campfires this Memorial Day weekend. Any new fire starts will spread rapidly. It is extremely important today to follow safety protocols and regulations issued by local authorities, including any evacuation orders. Outdoor burning is highly discouraged and potentially illegal and very dangerous. Your neighbors lives and livelihood may be affected by your actions.

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