Decent Rainfall Totals Overnight.


Photo Taken By Jennifer Coats.
Near Dexter, New Mexico Last Night. 8-18-2012.

NWS Mesonet High Temps.
(Saturday Aug 18, 2012).






GRLevel3 2.00 Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals.
(Last 24-Hours).





GRLevel3 2.00 Radar Snapshots.
(Last Nights T-Storms In Roswell, NM).




GRLevel3 2.00 Radar Snapshots.
(Last Nights T-Storms In Carlsbad, NM).





24-Hour CoCoRaHS Rainfall Totals.
(As Of 7 AM MDT).

Chaves County.

Eddy County.

Lea County.

Otero County.

Scattered thunderstorms were most numerous over, and near the Sacramento Mountains during the early afternoon yesterday. At 6 PM MDT, an automated weather station (White Sands Missile Range - Phillips Hill) located 5 miles west-southwest of Oscuro, in Lincoln County, measured a thunderstorm wind gust to 87 mph. They popped up over the southeastern plains later in the afternoon, but the strongest activity occurred last night. Early reports this morning indicate that the heaviest 24-hour totals include the following-

2.6 NNW Downtown Carslabad 1.10"
2.0 N Downtown Carlsbad 1.03"
Cloudcroft - Dry Canyon 1.02"
4.9 NE Cloudcroft 1.02"

2.2 N Downtown Carlsbad .88"
2.1 NNW Downtown Carlsbad .77"
Carlsbad Caverns - Bat Draw .75"

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