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Round two of severe thunderstorms looks likely across southeastern New Mexico and parts of west Texas this afternoon and evening. The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded us into the Slight Risk Category for severe thunderstorms.
Supercell thunderstorms along with multicelluar thunderstorms will once again be possible. These storms will be capable of producing large to very large hail, damaging thunderstorm wind gusts in excess of 60 mph, frequent deadly cloud to ground lighting.
I would not be surprised to see an isolated tornado or two this afternoon and evening associated with the stronger surface rooted supercell thunderstorms.
Locally heavy rainfall that may produced localized flash flooding. Areas over and near the recent burn scars from our wildfires last year as well as this year will be especially vulnerable to flash flooding.
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