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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Temps Dropping A Few Degrees But Still Hot.

Blog updated at 12:33 PM MDT.

Tuesday was another hot day across SE NM. Our afternoon high temperatures were a few degrees lower than the readings of Monday in most places.

A weak cold front will try and push south into the local area tomorrow. If the front does manage to make it into the Pecos Valley, our daytime temps will drop down into the low-mid 90's tomorrow and Friday. A cluster of thunderstorms may move southward out of northeastern and eastern New Mexico along with the front this evening. I doubt that they will make it into the local area though.

With the stout subtropical upper level ridge meandering around the area late this week into next week, our chances for thunderstorms will remain low. A few storms may pop up over the Sacramento Mountains tomorrow into the weekend. Overall though our chances for rain over most of the area will remain low. We will see our afternoon highs climb right back up to near 100 by Friday, and these readings will continue into at least the first of next week.

High Temperatures Recorded Tue June 19, 2012-

8-Mile Draw Raws - NE of Roswell 109
Paduca Raws - Near the WIPP Site 108
Roswell Airport ASOS 106
Carlsbad Climate 106
Caprock Raws 105
2.1 NNW Downtown Carlsbad 105
Carlsbad Airport ASOS 105
Artesia Climate 104
Hope Climate 104
Hagerman 10 ESE - HCN 104
Artesia Airport - HCN 104
Artesia Airport AWOS 102
Jal Climate 102
Carlsbad Caverns Climate 101
Bat Draw Raws - Carlsbad Caverns 101
Hobbs Climate 101
Tatum Climate 101
McKittrick Canyon Raws 100

Hobbs Airport AWOS 99
2 SW Tatum 99
Guadalupe Pass ASOS 98
Dunken Raws 97
Queen Raws 97
Weed DRO 96
Carrizozo Airport 96
Pinery Raws - Pine Springs 95
Mayhill Raws 93
Dog Canyon Raws 92
Sierra Blanca Regional Airport AWOS 90
Smokey Bear Raws - Ruidoso 90

Ruidoso Climate 89
Cloudcroft Climate 81
Sacramento Peak Raws - Sunspot 79

High Temperature Data Is Courtesy Of-

Davis WeatherLink

NM MesoWest Weather
SE NM MesoWest Weather
Midland NWS Climate Page
El Paso NWS Climate Page
Albuquerque NWS Climate Page
New Mexico NWS Rosa Climate Reports

Tropical Outlook.

Its still possible that an area of thunderstorms may develop into something more interesting later this week, but wind shear is high across that area, so any development will be slow.

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