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Scattered T-Storms?







Happy Easter everyone!

 Low-level moisture has returned in a limited supply to southeastern New Mexico behind yesterday's cold front. A few scattered t-storms are forecast today into Tuesday across the area.
 A short wave approaching the area Monday afternoon may enhance our chances of seeing a better chance of t-storms. Severe t-storms may break out over parts of the area Monday and Tuesday. See also the SPC Day 3 Outlook. Those of you who are lucky enough to get a t-storm could see some decent rainfall totals from the localized heavy rainfall that may fall with the stronger of these storms. 

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  1. Too bad it is all dry way out here. But it feels nice and warm from all that SE flow. Hope your are gets soaking rain and things green up!

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