One Last Round Of T-Storms.

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GRLevel3 Snapshot Of The Midland NWS Doppler Radar 
At 5:17 PM MDT This Afternoon.


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Visible Satellite Image At 5:39 PM MDT.
T-Storms Fire Up Along NM's Mtn's.


T-Storms Fire Up Along The Mtn's.


This afternoons crop of thunderstorms fired up along the Sacramento Mountains earlier this afternoon. One of which promoted a Severe Thunderstorm Warning, and a Small Stream Flood Advisory for the Mayhill area.


Scattered thunderstorms have developed along the spine of the Guadalupe Mtn's, and have been moving very little as of 5:30 PM MDT. A few of these may drift out onto the Eddy County plains later this evening, or possibly a few new storms may develop near the Carlsbad and Artesia areas.


It appears that after tonight, our chances of seeing additional rainfall across the area will dwindle, as a ridge of high pressure shuts down our current activity. A hot week is on tap next week with our afternoon high temps forecast to range from the mid 90's on Monday, and then near 100 through Friday.

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