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A HOT Week Is Still Expected.


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Not much has changed with the overall setup across southeastern New Mexico. It still appears that we are facing a week of hot temperatures. Typically the last week of June can see some of the highest temperatures of the year. So its not at all that unusual to see our daytime highs exceeding 105 degrees. Our afternoon highs are forecast to range from the upper 90's to near 100 today, and generally in the 100 - 105 degree range most of this up coming week. We may see our highs get even hotter than this by the end of next week. There is virtually no chance of rain over the area this week. 

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