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High Based T-Storms Produce Blowing Dust.

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Looking East From C-Hill, At A High Based Dry T-Storm
 East Of Carlsbad, NM. Dry Microburst In Progress With 
Blowing Dust  Spreading Westward Towards The City. 
Pockets Of Blowing Dust Being Driven By The Virga Bombs.
Virga is Rain That Falls From The Cloud Base, But Evaporates
Before It Reaches The Ground. 
The Dust Whirl To The Right Is Not A Tornado.
T-Storm Bases Were Around 11,000' AGL.
Blowing Dust To The Right Spreading Westward.
From The West Side Of C-Hill Looking To The Northwest.
Looking At Happy Valley From The West Side Of C-Hill.
Trails Of Virga To The West Over The Foothills

Scattered high based, dry t-storms formed ahead of, and along a cold front as it moved southward into SE NM yesterday afternoon and evening. There were several reports of tornadoes in the Roswell area yesterday afternoon from the public. To my knowledge tornadoes did not touch down. Dry microbursts were developing with most of these t-storms, and were producing pockets of blowing dust. Strong gusty northerly winds also accompanied the frontal passage around sunset.

Peak Winds Reported Yesterday Afternoon
And Overnight-

Roswell Airport ASOS 59 mph at 4:20 PM MDT
Sacramento Pk - Sunspot 50 mph

High Roll CW5738 48 mph
Guadalupe Pass 48 mph
Carlsbad Airport ASOS 44 mph
Caprock Raws 43 mph
Mescal Raws - Mescalero 42 mph

Cannon AFB Near Clovis 40 mph
NW Hobbs - KM5BS 40 mph
2 SW Tatum 39 mph
Bat Draw Raws - Carlsbad Caverns 39 mph
Artesia Airport 36 mph

Winds Speeds Are Courtesy Of-


The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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  1. Front moved in here not long after 1 PM, though it took a while just several miles west over the valley. But that cool air just filtered and filtered in after our early 87F high, and not even 60F rt now with bright sun.

    I think fall is here for good in Abq, and hope you get in on it down there soon!

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  2. Lucky you David. You northern New Mexican's are cooling down to more seasonal levels, but those of us living here in SE NM are still riding the temperature seesaw. We are still bouncing back and forth between the 70's and 90's. Will be awhile before we cool down and stay there I think.

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