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T-Storm SE of Carlsbad, NM catching the days last rays.

Another Cold Front - Another Shot At Rain.

Cold Front Today.

Cold Front At 6 AM MDT Wed Sept 21, 2011.

A strong upper-level storm, sweeping eastward across the northern plains states over the next couple of days, will kick another early fall cold front south into the local area tomorrow. This cold front is not forecast to be as strong as last weeks front.

 High temps today will range from near 90 to the low 90's. Tomorrows highs will be a little cooler, with readings ranging from the low 80's to the mid 80's. Thursday will be the coolest day, with highs ranging from the upper 70's to the low 80's

A few isolated t-storms will dot the landscape this afternoon and evening. A better chance for scattered t-storms will occur tomorrow into Thursday along and behind the cold front. I don't think that we will see the widespread heavy rainfall with this front that we experienced last week. However, some of these t-storms will be capable of dumping locally heavy rainfall. 

Severe t-storms are currently not forecast to break out across SE NM today into Thursday.

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