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Unseasonably Warm Today.

Today will once again be unseasonably warm with our
afternoon highs in the mid-upper 80's. A few locations
may tie or break their record high temps for today.
A strong but dry cold front is forecast to enter SE NM
between sunrise and noon tomorrow. Strong gusty
northerly winds will accompany the frontal passage.
Areas of blowing dust may develop in some spots.
High temps on Wed are forecast to be in the low 60's.

Oct 31st - Nov 4th Is Winter Weather Awareness Week In NM.

Local Climate Data For Nov 1st-
(New 30-Year Normal's 1981-2010)


Normal High/Low 70/40
Record High 85 in 1994
Record Low 22 in 1972


Normal High/Low 72/37
Record High 88 1950
Record Low 18 1991

Carlsbad Climate-

Normal High/Low 73/42
Record High 91 1916
Record Low 26 1991+

Carlsbad Airport-

Normal High/Low 73/42
Record High 89 1952
Record Low 23 1991


Normal High/Low 70/36
Record High 86 1937
Record Low 15 1972


Normal High/Low 72/44
Record High 88 1952
Record Low 25 1972

(+) Recorded in earlier years also.

Temperature Data Is Courtesy Of-

Midland NWS Climate Page
El Paso NWS Climate Page
Albuquerque NWS Climate Page

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