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Beautiful Spring Weather Into The Weekend.






Our pesky cold upper level storm has exited stage right out of the area. So we can expect to see a return to sunny skies, and very warm temperatures across the area today into the weekend. Mother nature will be at her finest as far as March is concerned going into the weekend. Great weather for your outdoor activities so enjoy.

 Most of SE NM will see the upper 70's today with a few spots flirting with the 80-degree mark. Friday will be a little warmer with the mid-upper 80's forecast. Saturday will be really warm with our afternoon highs forecast to range from near 90 to the low 90's. Sunday will also be very warm with highs in the upper 80's. 




These images of are of SE NM yesterday. The middle image is captured at 1,000 miles, and the bottom image is from 250 miles. You can see the snow draping the Capitan, Sacramento, and Guadalupe Mountains. Notice too the green splotches in the Pecos Valley, that's the farmlands greening up. 

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