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Hot - Isolated Afternoon T-Storms.

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Another hot day is on tap for SE NM. We can expect high temps to range from 100 - 104 today into Wednesday. A few spots may see their daily record high temps tied or broken today into Wednesday. Forecast models are still calling for the possibility of a cold front slipping southward into the area this weekend. Should this scenario pan out then we would cool down about 10 -15-degrees and see an increase in t-storms.

Tropical Depression #12.




Tropical Depression #12 has formed about 395 miles south-southwest of the southern most Cape Verde Islands. It is moving off to the west at 15 mph. TD #12 is forecast to strengthen to a Tropical Storm within the next 48 hours, possibly within the next 12 hours. When this happens, this storm will be named Katia.

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