More Blistering Heat - A Few More T-Storms.

Today's Outlook.




Another hot day is on tap for the southeastern plains and nearby areas today. Our forecast highs are generally in the 100 - 105 range, although a few spots may exceed 105 once again. A backdoor cold front will ease southward into the area tonight.

 Widely scattered thunderstorms  will pop up over the mountains today. Widely scattered thunderstorms will develop over the plains this evening and tonight as the cold front approaches from the north. Slightly cooler temps are forecast for Sunday with our afternoon highs expected to be in the mid-upper 90's behind the cold front.

A few widely scattered thunderstorms broke out over the mountains yesterday. Listed below are the reported 24-hour rainfall totals as of 7 AM MDT this morning.





Otero County-

Once again its was very hot in southeastern New Mexico yesterday. Listed below are the reported high temperatures from across the local area.





New Daily Record High Minimum Temps.
(Friday Aug 3, 2012).


New Daily Record High Temps.
(Friday Aug 3, 2012).


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