Cold Front Tonight - Maybe Some T-Storms.

Forecast Position Of The
Surface Cold Front At Noon Today.

Forecast Position Of The
Surface Cold Front At 6 PM Today.

Forecast Position Of The
Surface Cold Front At Midnight Tonight.

Outlook For Today & Tonight.

Another ridiculously hot day is on tap for SE NM today. High temps are forecast to be in the 92 - 97 range this afternoon ahead of a cold front approaching from the north. The front should arrive in the local area after dark, and will continue pushing southward to the state line by midnight tonight. 

Cooler air filtering into the area behind the front tonight will knock out daytime highs back down to around 80 for tomorrow. The mid 80's are forecast for Saturday and Sunday should see the upper 80's for highs.

A few scattered t-storms will develop ahead of and along the cold front this afternoon. Some of these will be capable of producing wind gusts to around 50 mph and brief heavy rainfall. Gusty northerly winds will accompany the frontal passage as well. A High Wind Watch has been issued for the Guadalupe Pass area for tonight for northeasterly winds sustained at around 35 - 45 mph with higher gusts.

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