Low Clouds/Fog Along The Dryline.

Low clouds and fog formed along and east of the dryline this morning as it backed slowly westward into the Pecos Valley of southeastern New Mexico. I shot these photos from C-Hill, overlooking Carlsbad, New Mexico. Its easy to tell that the depth of the moisture was very shallow, with the cloud tops only extending upwards of a couple hundred of feet from the surface.

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  1. That is such a graphic scene, to be right on the edge of the Gulf air this morning. Hopefully, it lingers long enough to get some heating to trigger it into rain.


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