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Dry Cold Front Arrives Wednesday Morning.

Warm Today & Even Warmer Tomorrow.

Oops, I corrected the header & arrival time of the cold front
Mostly sunny skies and light winds are forecast for the local
area today. Highs will mostly be in the upper 70's. Our afternoon
highs will climb up into the mid-upper 80's tomorrow ahead of
the approaching cold front.

Cold Front Brings Cooler Weather.

NWS HPC Forecast Position Of The Cold Front.
Valid At 6 AM MDT Wed Nov 2, 2011.

This next cold front is forecast to be dry as the upper-level
storm associated with it moves across northern New Mexico.
Strong gusty northerly winds will accompany the frontal passage
Thursday morning. Areas of blowing dust may develop along
and behind the cold front as it moves southward.

NWS HPC Forecast Low Temps Thursday Morning.
A cold morning is on tap for the local area Thursday morning.
Low temperatures will likely range from the mid 20's in
the Clovis and Portales areas, to the upper 20's to near
30 across the rest of SE NM.

NWS HPC Forecast High Temps Thursday Afternoon.
Thursday afternoon will be seasonably chilly with high
temperatures in the upper 50's to the low 60's.

NWS HPC Forecast High Temps Friday Afternoon.

A quick rebound in temperatures will occur on Friday ahead
of yet another upper-level storm, and cold front due to arrive
on Saturday. This second storm will have stronger winds aloft
associated with it, therefore Friday afternoon looks to be
windy, with the possibility of Fire Weather Concerns across
the local area. Highs temps of 80-85 are expected.

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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