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Time-Lapse Altocumulus Standing Lenticular Clouds (ACSL) Carlsbad, NM 1-28-2023.

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New Mexico

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Hot Weather Returns With 100-Degree Temps.

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Brief Break From 100-Degree Temps Won't Last-

A weak cold front slipped into southeastern New Mexico overnight. Thus ending our two week string of 100-degree or higher daily high temperatures. 

 Today will be about ten degrees cooler that the preceding days. Most of us will see afternoon highs in the mid-upper 90's. We will see 100-degree temps return by tomorrow, with 105-110 degree readings returning by Thursday into the first of next week. 

With the 4th of July now two weeks away, there continues to be no real clear indicator that our summer monsoon is about to kick in. In fact if you take a look at the latest long-range temperature and precipitation forecast maps above, the opposite is indicated. More hot to very hot temperatures, with little to no chance of a break from the extreme drought conditions over the next two weeks. 


High - Low Temps
(June 2011)

Roswell, NM Airport

Artesia, NM Airport

Carlsbad, NM Airport

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