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Friday, July 6, 2012

Monsoon Delivers...More On The Way.



Blog updated at 6:13 PM MDT.


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I picked up .69" from yesterday afternoons t-storms.







GRLevel3 2.0 CR Snapshots.





CoCoRaHS Rainfall Totals As Of 7:00 AM MDT.


A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for Lincoln County through this evening. Scattered thunderstorms are once again forecast to fire up across the area today, and some of these storms will last well into the night.

 Locally heavy rainfall will cause localized flash flooding over and below the burn scar areas. This includes the Guadalupe, Sacramento, and Capitan Mountains. Some rainfall totals may exceed 2".

Over the past five days the Queen Raws (located 3 miles east of Queen) has recorded 4.44" of rain. The IRaws 12 (Nogal) northwest of Ruidoso has recorded 3.41" of rain.

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