Sunday Looks Nasty - Hot Dry & Windy.





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Continued hot and dry...I'm starting to sound like a broken record already. I hope that this recent trend of high temperatures near 90-degrees for the past week isn't an indicator of what our summer is going to be like. Most of southeastern New Mexico will see afternoon high temps near 90 today, and the low 90's on Saturday and Sunday. A few of us may even see the mid 90's.

March arrived like a lion and unfortunately April will do the same on Sunday. A strong mid-upper level trough of low pressure is forecast to sweep across the state Sunday and Monday. So get ready for a windy and dusty Sunday in southeastern New Mexico. Southwesterly-westerly winds will likely gust up into the 45-60 mph neighborhood on Sunday, and perhaps on Monday as well. 

Critically Dangerous Fire Weather Conditions are also expected Sunday and Monday.

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