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A sprawling area of high pressure in the mid-upper levels of the atmosphere continues to dominate our local weather. Thankfully this ridge is centered to the north of the local area. Hill City, Kansas recorded a high temperature of 114F yesterday.

 Until this ridge weakens some and shifts a little further o the east then there remains little hope for rain in southeastern New Mexico. Some of the models are hinting that this may happen as early as later this week, or perhaps next week. Typically we see our annual start to our normal monsoon season by the first couple of weeks of July. It remains to be seen if the monsoon will fire up on schedule this year.

Hot weather will remain the dominate weather story across southeastern New Mexico this week. Forecast high temperatures will range from near 100 to 105 today into this upcoming weekend. 

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