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Hit & Miss T-Storms This Week.











We will see scattered afternoon and nighttime thunderstorms return to southeastern New Mexico today and continue throughout much of this week. These storms will be fairly scattered in nature but just about everyone should see rain this week.

 As is typical for the middle of July the best chances for rain will be over and near the mountains. Some of these storms will be capable of dropping heavy rains in a short period of time which may result in flash flooding over and below the burn scar areas. 

Our afternoon high temperatures will continue near seasonal normal's this week and will mostly range from the low-upper 90's across the plains, and the upper 60's to the low 80's across the mountains.

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