Changes Coming Next Week!

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Strong Fall-Like Cold Front Arrives Wed Or Thu.

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Forecast High Temps Friday.

5-Day Total Rainfall Forecast Through Thu Sept 16, 2011.

Significant changes to our local weather appear to be in the making towards the middle into the end of this upcoming work week. A strong fall-like cold front is forecast to dive southward into SE NM & W TX around Wednesday or Thursday. Much cooler temperatures are forecast to overspread the area behind the front into Friday or Saturday. Highs will likely only be in the 70's.

A couple of shortwave troughs of low pressure are forecast to form over the Desert Southwest this upcoming week. These upper-level disturbances will help to destabilize the atmosphere, and import sub-tropical moisture in the the area, which will aide in the development of scattered to numerous t-storms over the state.

Unseasonable hot weather will dominate our local forecast today into Wednesday. High temps are forecast to range from 93-98 across the local area. Overnight low temps during this time frame will be close to seasonal norms with readings ranging from 60-65.

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