T-Storms & Rainfall Totals Wednesday 7-25-2012.

Blog updated at 8:58 AM MDT.

T-Storms formed fairly quickly late yesterday afternoon east 
and southeast of Carlsbad. They eventually very slowly 
moved off to the southeast. The long blue line is caused
when the radar beam interacts with the setting sun. Radar 
estimates indicate the heaviest rains fell east and southeast
of Carlsbad yesterday evening.

Scattered T-Storms formed over the Sacramento Mtn's
yesterday and persisted well into the night. Some produced
locally heavy rainfall. The heaviest totals estimated by the
 El Paso and Holloman AFB Doppler radars fell between
 Sacramento and Timberon. Radar estimated around 2"
of rain fell in 24-hours.

Most of the heavier rainfall totals apparently missed the 
reporting networks of rain buckets.

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